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Easy Reader in Greek + Audio book – “Lydia: A summer in Greece!”

We are  proud to announce a new Greek Easy Reader, published at Omilo : ‘Λυδία: Ένα καλοκαίρι στην Ελλάδα!’ (Lydia: A summer in Greece!). This  book is a story, an “easy reader”, intended for students at the Beginner levels in Greek (A1 – early stages of A2).

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A Funny, Upbeat Greek Song About… Staying at Home!

The Omilo team has been spending a lot of time inside lately and we’re guessing (and hoping!) that you’re doing the same. Staying at home is very important given the current circumstances but it doesn’t have to feel dull. This is why we would like to introduce you to a funny and upbeat Greek song about – what else? – staying at home and relaxing!
#menoumespiti – #westayathome

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Learn Everyday Greek Language With The traditional Greek mother!

What does it mean to have a Greek mother or a Greek mother-in-law? In the video below you might get an idea 😊
Listen to which Greek expressions she uses, and learn the everyday Greek language!
(on the cup you see on the photo above, it writes:
When you say to your mother “I am going out”, she understands/hears:  “I am going to an orgy, with drinks, drugs and without a jacket!)

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Let’s learn Greek while cooking a very typical Greek dish : lentil soup

In Greece, we cook many times pulses. Lentils are one of the most popular and we usually prepare them as soup. It is an easy, tasty and a rather fast dish.  And important as well, also very healthy.
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I drink and I am hungry! Greek Expressions with “πίνω” and “πεινώ”.

Do you also love to enjoy a Greek drink in one of the nice cafes or taverns in Greece?
When you learn Greek, one of the very first words you learn is the verb ‘πίνω’ (= to drink). There are many good reasons for that: you need to drink something every day, it’s an easy verb to conjugate –at least in Present tense– and it helps to form full sentences in Greek even in the very early stages of learning;
e.g. Κάθε πρωί πίνω καφέ με γάλα = Every morning I drink coffee with milk.

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Learn How To Conjugate A Useful Greek Verb

When you learn a language, you will soon understand that you need to learn verbs, in order to make sentences. And when you learn a Greek verb, you will need to learn how to conjugate it as well.
But do not worry, learning Greek verbs is fun, and the Omilo-team is here to help you
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Greek movie: Christmas Tango

Christmas is quickly approaching, which calls for Christmas movie recommendations! Here we’re presenting you a Greek drama film, Christmas Tango (in Greek: Το Τανγκό των Χριστουγέννων), which was directed by Nikos Koutelidakis and based on a novel by Yannis Xanthoulis. It is a story about love, loss and vulnerability.

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How I heard about Omilo, and started learning Greek :)

People learning Greek, as a hobby,  are really special, and you do not meet them every day! However, Omilo was founded in 1996 and has welcomed so many students from every corner in the world, all wanting to learn Greek.
Over the years, we have heard the most amazing reasons why somebody wants to learn Greek, which we could never have imagined 🙂

Here below you can read a nice & true story,  written by Lesley: “How I heard about Omilo… and then registered immediately!”
Her story was sent to Omilo through our Essay Competition in 2015.
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A Traditional Greek Wedding And Useful Vocabulary

“Traditions” are very popular in Greece, and a Greek wedding has a lot of them! Today, most couples in Greece still choose to get married, although nowadays they usually also  “live together” for a while before the wedding.
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An introduction to a famous Greek author “Alki Zei”

When learning Greek, or any other new language, it is a good idea to also start reading novels, while learning more about the culture and history. Here below, we will present the author Alki Zei.

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