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Monday at 06:30 PM
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In how many languages can you say "You are welcome?"

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Wednesday at 02:51 AM
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Γεια σου Amber,

Thank you for contacting us about this. I suggest you start with the very basics: the alphabet and the pronunciation. We have several series dedicated to these, so please consider starting with these ones:




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Tuesday at 08:51 AM
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I really wanna learn greek can you give me some tips on how to master the skill😜

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Monday at 07:34 AM
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Hi Nuno,

Thank you for contacting us and for your kind comment as well!

If we were to separate the expression in syllables according to syllabification rules of the Greek grammar, then yes, it would have to be:

Κα-λώς ο-ρί-σα-τε.

I guess the voice actress is just separating everything as if it were one word and to be honest it can be written as one word too, "καλωσορίσατε," because we do have the verb καλωσορίζω (to welcome). Both versions (separated, not separated) are correct.




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Tuesday at 08:49 AM
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Great job with the lessons, I'm loving learning Greek!

I have one question about this lesson: when separating in syllables, the teacher says "ka lo so ri sa te". Shouldnt it be "ka los o ri sa te"? Apologies for the lack of accents, UK keyboard...

Keep up the great work!

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Wednesday at 06:21 AM
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Hi Melania, Lauren,

Below are the answers to your questions.

Δεν means "not" and it's a particle we put in front of verbs to make them negative (like when using "don't). It is pronounced exactly like the English "then" (the tongue is between the teeth). It is never pronounced with a Z sound.

Κάνει is the verb "to do" in a form that means "it does".

Τίποτα means nothing.

What this sentence literally means is that "it does nothing", "it's nothing", i.e. "it costs nothing" to the person to do whatever favor or deed he or she did. It's a way to answer when someone says "thank you".

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Monday at 03:59 PM
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Hi does Den mean I , and does kami mean it’s

Friday at 10:19 PM
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I have the impression that Δεν (in Δεν κάνει τίποτα) is pronunced Zen with a Z. Is it correct? Or is it Den ? 😳😅

Wednesday at 08:13 PM
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Hi Shannon,

Practice makes perfect! Keep up studying well and soon you’ll get great results!

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Wednesday at 08:25 AM
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Having the words broken down by syllable is quite helpful. I do have to get used to trying to say it faster. These lessons are helping greatly

Friday at 01:42 PM
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Hi Caroline,

Yes, they would be different expressions:

you're welcome = παρακαλώ

welcome (to Greece) = καλώς ήρθες (στην Ελλάδα) in informal Greek or καλώς ήρθατε (στην Ελλάδα) in formal Greek.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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