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Lambda (λάμδα) might not be the most difficult Greek letter …
This new series (Super Fast Greek Lessons) is targeted towards those who have limited time and resources but want to improve their Greek language skills.
Greek Exam Questions | Greek Speaking Test Simulation: Answering Personal Questions in Greek (All Levels)
Greek exam questions to practice answering at home. Easy Greek speaking test simulation with video. Listen and repeat in Greek.
Many people agree that the Greek language is one of the most beautiful languages in the world. We have already seen a series of outstanding Greek words, such as “απόκοσμος”. Here are six more aesthetically pleasing Greek words to add to your vocabulary!
Aesthetic Greek words. Greek is one of the most beautiful languages in the world. There are, however, a few words that make the Greek language exceptionally beautiful. Here is a list of seven aesthetic Greek words you should start using today.
Greek speaking exam simulation for advanced speakers. Describe a photo or an image in modern Greek. Greek speaking examples with subtitles.
Most beautiful Greek words you should know. A list of aesthetic Greek words you should start using today.
Greek speaking task for intermediate speakers. Greek speaking simulation with examples. How to pass your Greek speaking exam.
Greek speaking task simulation for beginners. Describe an image/photo in modern Greek. Easy Greek speaking examples with hypothetical dialogues. Ace your A1 & A2 speaking exams!
Homophones (from the Greek homo- ὁμο‑, “same”, and phōnḗ φωνή, “voice, utterance) are words that sound the same but have a completely different meaning and, sometimes, different spelling. Here is a list of Greek homophones that sometimes confuse Greek language students.
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