Do you also wish to learn the daily Greek language, but you have a hard time to actually start and practice?
Do you struggle a bit with learning Greek grammar, remembering the Greek words, and wondering when you finally will be able to say those first sentences in Greek?
Here is the good news; It is not that difficult if you lose your fear of speaking Greek and start to communicate in Greek from day one.
a. You will learn useful vocabulary and only those things you need or hear on a daily basis while visiting Greece
b. You will learn easy grammar structures, essential to construct sentences and make yourself understandable. You will get a lot of practical examples and explanations with small videos
c. You will be motivated to start speaking Greek and you will lose your fear of making mistakes
d. Through many videos taken in Greece, you will get the feeling as if you are holidaying in Greece
The “Everyday Greek Language Video course” consists of the following 7 video lessons and eBooks:
1. How to Greet in Greek | Καλημέρα, καλησπέρα
2. Bakery, Pastry Shop & Sandwich Bar | Ο φούρνος, το ζαχαροπλαστείο, το σαντουιτσάδικο
3. The Greek Kiosk and Mini-Market | Το περίπτερο και το μίνι-μάρκετ
4. Ordering a Souvlaki in Greek | Σουβλάκι ή γύρος;
5. Eating Out in Greece | Η ελληνική ταβέρνα
6. Ordering Drinks in Greek | Γεια μας!
7. Making Small Talk in Greek | Μιλάμε ελληνικά
Every lesson, in total 7, consists of:
• An introduction video (around 2 minutes)
• A handout (each handout is between 10 and 15 pages)
• A video lesson (between 25 and 45 minutes)
• Extra videos with grammar, vocabulary or dialogues (video platform)
• MP3 link for Vocabulary and correct pronunciation
Every lesson introduces particular grammar structures.
During the video lessons, you will also see several videos of our teachers with extra explanations, vocabulary or dialogues.
You can also watch those videos separately, with the links on the video platform.
Content – script: Maya Andreadi-Cornelissens
Audio and videos performed by the Omilo-team:
Maya Andreadi, Marina Braila, Terpsi Gavala and Eva Christodoulou.
Proofread by Konstantinos Oikonomou.