Author: Christina

  • Ordinals

    Ordinals

    Can you use the ordinal numbers correctly? Check below:   Back to the main Homework page  

  • Animals word puzzle

    Animals word puzzle

    Test your vocabulary skills. How many animals do you know in Greek?  

  • Chronological order

    Chronological order

    Can you recognize tenses and expressions of time? Rearrange the sentences to read the story correctly.   Back to the main Homework page  

  • Verbs vocabulary crossword

    Verbs vocabulary crossword

    Test your vocabulary skills. How many verbs can you find?     Back to the main Homework page  

  • Θέλω να, πρέπει να, μπορώ να + verb

    Θέλω να, πρέπει να, μπορώ να + verb

    The structure verb + verb only exists for auxiliary verbs, to form tenses (eg έχω φάει). For verbs such as “want”, “can”, “have to” etc, the structure should be verb + να + verb. Practice by completing the sentences below.   Back to the main Homework page    

  • Food vocabulary crossword

    Food vocabulary crossword

    Test your vocabulary skills. How many food items can you find?   Back to the main Homework page

  • French beginners

     

  • Cases: what they are and how to use them

    Cases: what they are and how to use them

    Greek nouns are volatile. Their form and spelling change according to their case. A case represents the noun’s role and function in a sentence. Modern Greek has four cases: the nominative (ονομαστική), the genitive (γενική), the accusative (αιτιατική) and the vocative (κλητική). The nominative mainly replies to “Who?” and is the subject of the verb. […]

  • Verbs

    Verbs

    Examples with “έχω”: Έχω ένα πρόβλημα. (I have a problem.) Έχεις δύο παιδιά. (You have two children.) Έχει αυτοκίνητο. (He has a car.) Έχουμε χρόνο. (We have time.) Έχετε τρία εισιτήρια. (You have three tickets.) Έχουν ραντεβού. (They have an appointment/ date.)   You can use the verb έχω as a conjugation model for several […]

  • How to use the articles

    How to use the articles

    There are two kinds of articles: the definite article (equivalent to “the”) and the indefinite article (equivalent to “a, an”). Articles must follow the noun’s gender, number and case (the noun’s function in a sentence).  Τip: Study the articles together with nouns. You will learn them faster and you may also remember the cases more easily. […]