By Aristarhos Matsukas
It's effortless to educate your self Greek!
Complete Greek: A educate your self Guide offers you a transparent and entire method of Greek, so that you can growth speedy from the fundamentals to knowing, talking, and writing Greek with self assurance.
Within all the 24 thematic chapters, very important language buildings are brought via life-like dialogues. you are going to study grammar in a steady demeanour so that you will not be crushed via this tough topic. routines accompany the texts and make stronger studying in listening, talking, examining, and writing. This application additionally gains present cultural info containers that replicate fresh adjustments in society.
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B Γεια σου c ! Είσαι d Ναι, είμαι. Εσύ; Εγώ είμαι από την e . Από ποιο μέρος; Από το Λίβερπουλ. Το ξέρεις; Όχι, f το ξέρω! Εσύ, από πού g ; Από τη Θεσσαλονίκη. Ελένη είσαι δεν Αγγλία Ρόμπερτ [róbert] Να σου συστήσω [na su sistíso] το Λίβερπουλ [to líverpul] δεν το ξέρω [THen to kséro] η Θεσσαλονίκη [i thesaloníki] . ; Ρόμπερτ Ελληνίδα Robert (m) let me introduce . . to you Liverpool (n) I don’t know it Thessaloniki/Salonica (f) 7 Listen to the following list of words on the recording and write each one below its corresponding sound.
Unit 2 How are you doing? ’ This is possibly the most frequent Greek question! It is used throughout the day and along with καλά and πολύ καλά, is the most frequent ‘formula question’ and ‘formula answer’. Κάνετε is the plural and formal form of the verb κάνω. This question has two different meanings: How are you doing? What are you doing? The question How are you? and its answer Very well, thank you are, as in English, a formula question/answer (something we say but do not necessarily mean). In Greek you probably won’t hear ευχαριστώ at the end of the reply.
It is important to concentrate on small chunks at a time and for you to feel on top of things and not overwhelmed; it is perfectly all right if you decide to copy only 3–5 words or expressions at a time. Language notes Greetings and farewells You have already met γεια σου! [yásu] (informal, for addressing people you know) and γεια σας! [yásas] (formal, for people you don’t know, or for addressing more than one person). They are both expressions used every day by young and old alike. The word γεια [ya] comes from υγεία [ighía] (health) and the expression actually means health to you!