“σε”: Preposition OR Pronoun?
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It's for ancient Greek but I think you can get the joke :)
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Stop saying «δεν ξέρω»
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GREEK ADVERBS: ALL you NEED to KNOW👇🏻
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Untranslatable Greek Words - Do you know what "Λεβέντης" means?
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The Greek Wisdom for Modern Greek Learners and Speakers by Socrates
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Can someone figure out what this necklace says? I thought it was Russian first but was told it may be Greek.
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Pronunciation in Greek
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Greek Homophones
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Κάποιος μπορεί να με βοηθήσει να μεταφράσω αυτό το γράμμα;
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How to ask your teacher for clarification
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Greek Language: Greek Dialogues (with English and Greek subtitles)
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Greek language: A Greek wish 🇬🇷
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How many Greek words do you find impossible to translate? This is a series of videos that will help you understand the meaning and the feeling of some untranslatable Greek words. Untranslatable - Not able to have its sense expressed in another language. Enjoy!
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I would truly appreciate if someone could help me translate this title!
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Χαιρετε αδερφια, αυτο ειναι το καινουριο μου κομματι που ανεβαζω επισημα για πρωτη φορα στο youtube, οποιος θελει ας τσεκαρει και να μου πει τη γνωμη του!! Ευχαριστω!!
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Greek Language: Greek dialogues (with subtitles)
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Ah yea, the famous DNCISNT EPHGRT, and its greek alphabet... (from the movie cats and dogs)
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Why exactly does να come after που? Couldn't it just have been που έχει ή είχε ... ?
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Socrates (470 – 399 BC) was a philosopher from Athens, Greece and is considered to be one of the founders of Western Philosophy. In this video, we present some of his most famous quotes in modern Greek and English. Enjoy!
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The famous Thtsnso University of higher learning
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The Greek Shades of Preference (LIKE/DISLIKE)
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Can someone please link to the lyrics for this song? I would like to read along with the music!
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Iphone Greek tutorial Picture in Picture enable on YouTube
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Can anyone solve this puzzle?
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Aristotle (384–322 BC) is one of the greatest philosophers of all time. His philosophy still has a strong impact nowadays and in every part of the world, people still study his books. In this video, we present some of his most famous quotes in English, Ancient and Modern Greek. Enjoy!
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Rosetta Stone Greek in action. For those who wants to know how Rosetta Stone works, I’m recording my progress (completely self-taught) on YouTube. (Disclaimer: not intended to promote Rosetta Stone or my YouTube channel ).
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Quick grammar question (see my attached comment)
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Anyone willing to translate this for me? I'm grateful.
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Ο Μικρός Πρίγκιπας Κεφάλαιο 2 (Με Ελληνικούς Υπότιτλους)
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