How to start studying GreekIt requires time and dedication to learn a foreign language. But anybody can do it, and it's definitely worth the effort. It doesn't matter if you feel too busy, non-academically inclined, or too old to become a student once again. Even if you only learn a [...]
Celebrating World Poetry Day World Poetry Day, celebrated every year on March 21, honors one of humankind's most beloved mediums of linguistic and cultural expression and identity. Poetry, which has been embraced across history – across every culture and on any continent – appeals to our shared humanity and [...]
We know the feeling. You know you’ll eventually have to study, and you'll start in a minute, yes, you will... Except you don't get past opening your notebook or just glancing at a verb. Why is it so difficult to start focusing on studying?
The 9th of February has been chosen as the International Greek Language Day since it coincides with the Commemoration of Greece's "national poet," Dionysios Solomos.
You've put in considerable time and effort to learn Greek, and you don't want to forget it! Take a look at these five inventive strategies to keep your Greek language abilities up to date, whether you want to maintain your proficiency or merely maintain your intermediate level.
3 tips to remember your Greek again after a break. Yes, you do not have to forget your Greek just because you took a break of two weeks or two months, even two years!