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Greek Nouns Exercises (A1/A2): Cases, Articles, Plural/Singular Forms
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.
Greek Synonyms and Antonyms Exercise. Can You Find the Correct Answer?
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?
Test Your Greek Grammar Skills with These Exercises
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.
Greek Listening #11: Confusing Greek Verbs & Phrasal Verbs | Greek Comprehension
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).
Greek Listening #7: Following a Greek Recipe | Greek Comprehension
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.
Greek Cases Exercises. Practice Your Greek Language Skills
You have learned the modern Greek cases (Ονομαστική, Γενική, Αιτιατική, Κλητική) but you may not feel 100% confident when using them. Here are three exercises to practice your Greek grammatical skills, specifically for the declensions of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives.
Greek Grammar Exercise: Greek Verbs in The Present Tense (Ασκήσεις Ενεστώτα)
est your Greek language skills by adding the modern Greek verbs in the Present Tense (Ενεστώτα). The first three are multiple choice exercises, but you will have to fill-in the blanks in the last three examples. You can find the correct answers at the bottom of the page.