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Monday at 6:30 pm
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What are the customs of New Year's Day in your country?

Saturday at 3:22 am
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Hi Maura,


Thank you for commenting.


This series only introduces 10 vocabulary words and I'm afraid "pomegranate" didn't make the cut, but check out this word list where we have added "pomegranate" there:

https://www.greekpod101.com/greek-vocabulary-lists/happy-new-year-words-phrases-for-the-new-year


Happy holidays!


Stefania

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Maura
Friday at 6:43 am
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The word for pomegranate is missing from the vocab list, would be nice to have it added it there!

Sunday at 10:41 pm
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Hello Stephan,


Thank you very much for your kind feedback! :smile:

Please let us know if you have any questions.


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Albert

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stephan
Friday at 8:55 pm
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A fantastic resource, Thank You!

Thursday at 8:18 am
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Hello Lorraine,


Thank you for contacting us. The audio parts in Greek are pronounced at a normal native speed. If the audio speed of the main lesson is too fast for you, please select a slower speed from the gray "1x" button on the playback bar. Alternatively you can practice with the slow version of the Greek vocab in the "Lesson Materials" section (circle No2).


Kind regards,


Stefania

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Wednesday at 12:57 pm
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Greek pronunciation a little too fast.