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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.
Learn Greek with comprehensible input. Expand your Greek shopping vocabulary by virtually going to the Greek market. How do you ask to pay by card in Greek?
How is the word “table” translated into Greek? What is the Greek word for “chair”? Today, Helinika presents to you a new input video, dedicated on Greek furniture and décor vocabulary!
Although Modern Greeks speak English (and other foreign languages), it is essential to know some basic Greek words and phrases before visiting Greece. Here is a list of Greek words to learn before your trip to Greece. You can memorize them at the airport or during your flight!
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!
Welcome to another Greek input language learning video. Today, Helinika will teach you common Greek words that are related to animals. It goes without saying that these include animal names. Comprehensible input is a language learning method that helps you learn a language by listening and observing… just like a baby. For better results, this method should be used along with traditional language learning methods.
How to pronounce the Greek letters -the letters of the Greek alphabet- like a Greek. Although Alpha (Αα), Epsilon (Εε), and most Greek letters are easy to pronounce, there are a few that absolutely confuse most Greek language students. These Greek letters are Ββ, Γγ, Δδ, Θθ, Ρρ, Υυ.
The first 100 Greek words every beginner should know. These include Greek articles and linking words. Nouns will include the definite article in brackets. Take notes, create flashcards, and try memorizing them in groups of ten.
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