Summer has already come and many people are planning their holidays. Let us see together how the Greek islands are divided and what is the name of the group they belong to.Read More »Ελληνικά νησιά (eliniká nisiá) – Greek islands
Everyone agrees that there is nothing like health. In 1987, the World Health Organization designated May 31st as World No Smoking Day. It is a good occasion to point out the consequences of this harmful habit but also the benefits of quitting smoking.Read More »Παγκόσμια Ημέρα κατά του Καπνίσματος (pagkósmia iméra katá tu kapnísmatos) – World No Tobacco Day
There are some nouns which have an extra syllable in the plural form and we call them «ανισοσύλλαβα ουσιαστικά» (anisosílava usiastiká). Which are these? You will be surprised to know that these are some of the most common nouns!Read More »Ανισοσύλλαβα Ουσιαστικά (anisosílava usiastiká) – Anisosyllabic Nouns
Time and numbers can be tricky in many languages. However, once you understand them, it’s very easy to use them and they will enrich your speech!Read More »ι ώρα είναι; (ti óra íne) – What time is it?
Very often we can encounter Greek names which have a specific meaning. Greek names can be traced back to the Antiquity and Ancient Greece, such as «Σωκράτης» (Sokrátis) or «Αριστοτέλης» (Aristotélis).Read More »Ελληνικά ονόματα (eliniká onómata) – Greek names
The 21st of March, or sometimes the 20th of March, marks the first day of spring! We are talking about the spring (or vernal) equinox, known in Greek as «εαρινή ισημερία» (eariní isimería). Spring, «η Άνοιξη» (i ánixi), comes from the verb «ανοίγω» (anígho) which means “to open”, signifying the opening. Longer daytime, rebirth and regrowth of nature.Read More »Άνοιξη (ánixi) – Spring
It is time to freshen up your reading skills! As you may have noticed, the Greek Language has either two vowels together or two consonants together which make the diphthongs and they have a specific way of pronunciation.Read More »Δίφθογγοι (thífthongi) – Diphthongs and double consonants in Greek