Practice your language skills with Helinika’s Greek language exercises. You will find various vocabulary, grammar, and listening exercises to improve your Greek skills.
Are you progressing in your Greek language learning journey but you are unaware whether you have grasped the basics of the Greek grammar/ Here are three exercises to practice and test your Greek grammar skills. You will find the answers at the bottom of the page.
Many languages have borrowed vocabulary from Greek. But the Greek language has also many loanwords from English, French, Italian, Turkish… Today we will be seeing a few of these borrowed words from other European languages.
Today’s Greek listening comprehension exercise (number 11) will be mentioning some confusing Greek verbs and phrasal verbs. An example the use of the Greek verb “to do” (κάνω) along with nouns such as “bike” (κάνω ποδήλατο).
Today’s Greek listening exercise (#10) is dedicated to phrases, expressions, and proverbs we use in Greek. Can you easily follow this Greek comprehension exercise?
Today’s Greek listening/ comprehension exercise follows the holiday spirit and helps you expand your Greek vocabulary with a set of Greek wishes. What are the birthday wishes in Greek? Recovery wishes? And what wishes do you exchange during the holidays?
Today’s listening exercise will help you understand how to use the term “empathy” in Greek. Although the English term derives from a Greek word, the latter has a completely different meaning.
Following a Greek recipe is not always easy. So many nouns and verbs that are used only in the kitchen. For example, what does “ζεματίζω” mean? Today’s Greek listening exercise will help you understand recipes written or narrated in Greek.
Today’s Greek listening practice is title “the Greek language myth” and narrates the Greek version of the Muhlenberg legend. Can you answer the questions correctly?
Common Greek language mistakes. Mistakes you might be making when speaking Greek. Can you identify them in today’s listening comprehension exercise?
Today’s Greek listening exercise is about Greek diminutive (υποκοριστικά). In other words, you will learn how to make Greek sound cuter. Diminutives are words that imply that the person or the noun that we are referring to is small/cute/unimportant.