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Fygame Greek Language Book – Off we go to learn Greek! + AUDIO (Intermediate level)

January 2013 : A new ‘‘baby‘‘ was born within the Omilo team: ‘Φύγαμε για ελληνικά!’ Off we go to learn Greek, a Greek Language book for the intermediate level, + CD
April 2019 : The book was re-published, 2nd edition, + CD or MP3 Audio link

The proud parents are the Omilo teachers and authors Marina Braila, Konstantinos Oikonomou and Dora Stoimenidou (*). The “godparents” are Maya and Dimitris Andreadis, founders of the Omilo school.

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NEW!!! Easy Reader in Greek – « Lydia: A summer in Greece! »

We are very proud to announce that a new Omilo book is published : ‘Λυδία: Ένα καλοκαίρι στην Ελλάδα!’ (Lydia: A summer in Greece!). This new 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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How do Greeks celebrate Easter?

Greek Orthodox Easter is probably the biggest celebration of the year for most Greeks, with a lot of special traditions and family gatherings.  So, how do Greeks celebrate Easter?
Read here the most important things you should know to celebrate Greek Easter in Greece!

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The traditional Greek mother and her daily language!

What does it mean to have a Greek mother or a Greek mother-in-law? In the video below you might get an idea 😊
(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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Learn How To Conjugate The Verb “I Speak” In Greek, And Much More…

When you start learning Greek, one of the verbs you will use often, is “μιλάω” (“milao”), which means “to speak or to talk”. For example, the following sentences might be very useful to know, when you travel in Greece:
“δεν μιλάω καλά ελληνικά” = “I do not speak Greek well”.
“μιλάτε αγγλικά;” = Do you speak English?

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How to wish something in Greek during celebrations and social occasions

Greeks are known for their celebrations & traditions. If you have ever participated in a Greek Easter celebration, wedding, baptism or name day party, you have definitely noticed that there are specific wishes to be used for every occasion. Our students practice those wishes very regularly, not only during a course in Greece, but also after their course. Since the Omilo-team and students are like a big family, we use wishes such as birthdays, name days, weddings, very often in emails, cards, SMS or on social media.
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How to say “I understand” in Greek and useful expressions

One of your main purposes while learning Greek is to understand Greeks or to be able to communicate in Greek. The verb ‘to understand’ in Greek might seem a long word, but it’s one of the first verbs you will learn in order to specify your degree of comprehension or to declare if you understand something or not. Lire la suite

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11 Greek Proverbs in 1 Song


Proverbs help you understand how Greeks think. The song we present you today is called “Proverbs”. It was written in 1987 by Melina Tanagri. It contains 11 well known Greek proverbs. By listening to Greek songs you not only enjoy the music but also learn a lot about Greek language and culture. So with this song, you will have “killed two birds with one stone” (m’ énan sbáro dyó trigónia), as Greeks say.
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Happy Birthday in Greek

Do you have Greek friends? Would you like to know how to wish them a Happy Birthday in Greek? If you have been to Greece, most likely you have already heard the popular wish «Χρόνια πολλά».

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Greek song by Antonis Remos

Antonis Remos is a popular Greek singer who has many fans among the Omilo students. For many years, he was also one of the Greek coaches of the popular TV show “The Voice”.

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