Learn two useful, but confusing, Greek verbs: ‘παίρνω’ and ‘περνάω’

Two Greek verbs that many Beginners and even Intermediate students find quite confusing are ‘παίρνω’ and ‘περνάω or περνώ’. Apart from the slightly different spelling, the main obvious cause of this confusion is the accentuation; it’s just a twist of the accent that makes these two words sound differently.
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Free Greek Lessons – Useful Greek Verb and expressions

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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Learn How To Conjugate The Greek Verb “I Speak”

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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Easy Greek expressions with the verb “to go”.

Greek is not the most difficult language to learn, but also not the easiest one! The Greek language has a lot of grammar, long words, an accent on every word with more than 1 syllable, a very rich vocabulary, expressions and difficult spelling.
However, do not worry! Greeks usually understand a lot, even when you make a lot of mistakes in one sentence! So let’s look at it from the positive side, since there are also some easy things you can quickly learn and use on a daily basis.
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