Practice your language skills with Helinika’s Greek language exercises. You will find various vocabulary, grammar, and listening exercises to improve your Greek skills.
Greek listening materials for beginners. Greek listening exercise for A2 level.
This Greek listening comprehension exercise is for beginners. You will listen to two easy-to-follow conversations and a monologue in modern Greek and then you will be requested to answer a few questions.
Greek Nouns (A1/A2) for Beginners. A list of free vocabulary and grammar exercises for practicing the use, meaning, and declension of Greek nouns in all cases and forms.
More often than not, language learning exercises can be seen as tiresome, isolating, and boring. Helinika has collected a group of playful language learning exercises to practice your Greek vocabulary, syntax, and grammatical skills. Learn Greek (and other languages) by playing games!
Test your Greek vocabulary skills with a synonym/antonym exercise. The exercise is two-fold: a) you need to know the meaning of the provided word/ phrase, b) you need to know the meaning of the words/ phrases from the multiple-choice options. Can you find the correct answer?
Journalists use specific words and phrases to share a news story, address an issue, or express an opinion. These words and phrases might surprise non-native speakers. Here are some Greek journalistic words and phrases to write down in your vocabulary notebook.
Helinika’s Greek listening exercise #17 will help you expand your Greek career and job search vocabulary. With the help of the story of a young Greek college graduate named Alexandros. Can you respond to the questions correctly?
One of the most challenging things of language learning is the pronunciation of vowels and consonants. In Greek, there is a group of Greek consonants (β, γ, δ, χ, ρ, θ) that are often mispronounced. Here is what you should know.
The verb “to know” can be translated in two different ways in Greek: «γνωρίζω» and «ξέρω». Is there a difference between these two Greek verbs? When do we use «γνωρίζω» and when do we use «ξέρω»?
You might be improving your Greek language skills but you find it difficult narrating stories – real or fake- and you avoid expressing your opinion. That might be because your vocabulary lacks some linking words and expressions that can help you make your points clear and jump from point to point.
Did you know that there are 150.000 words of Greek origin in the English vocabulary? Many more languages have also adopted some words – usually anything that starts with “psych” and “phil”. Today’s listening comprehension video exercise will help you understand the roots of some very common words.
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?