I would recommend choosing a book at first that you know pretty well in English. I have learned more than one language, and this is a tactic I use. I start out by reading books that I loved in the English language and over time, I branch out and start reading new things in the language I am learning. For example, I am a Steven King fan, and I know most of his novels have been translated to Greek. I would personally start there...
I always like promoting for people to buy local and buy Greek. Apivita and Korres are two famous Greek cosmetic brands that have done super well on the market and are sold all over the world. I suggest you check them out and support Greek companies
Ive been trying to learn some Greek dances at home so that I can join in when I go to Greece next hear (hopefully) I get confused between the differences between hasapiko and hasaposerviko, so if anyone has any insight not that it would be super helpful. And please let me know if this is a traditional version of the dance or if its a variaiton
I would love to learn Greek in an immersive way. Im thinking of trying to get a summer job there or spending some time staying with friends. How long do you think it will take to learn a basic understanding of Greek. Has anyone else tried to do this?
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