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Advanced Audio Blog #16 - A Week of Greek Passion

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Learn Greek with GreekPod101.com! You are waiting patiently for the end of the ceremony celebrating Easter, and you tell your friend in Greek, "It's hot out here...how soon can we go inside somewhere and get something to eat?" Your friend responds in Greek, "Pretty soon." With that, your friend ambles off to get in a very long line. You catch up to your friend and ask in Greek, "What are you doing? I thought we were going to get something to eat? Is this the line for food?" Your friend explains in Greek, "No, this isn't the line for food. We need to complete the traditional ceremony by walking over here. Don't forget to take a flower for good luck!" You tell your friend in Greek, "Luck? A flower? All I need is something to eat! Will I be lucky enough to do that sometime today, or is this carnation going to be my lunch?" Learning Greek with GreekPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Greek! This Greek Audio Blog lesson will tell you how the Greeks celebrate the end of the Easter Holy Week, Great Friday. We'll tell you about several Greek traditions and we'll share how you can take part in these Greek festivities. Visit us at GreekPod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Greek lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!  

Survival Phrases #16 - Counting

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Learn Greek with GreekPod101.com! A little Greek can go such a long way! Whether you're traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, GreekPod101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover a high frequency Greek phrase that you'll surely find useful on your trip, vacation, or travels to Greece. Today we are going to learn how to count from 0-10 in Greek. When using Greek or visiting Greece, these polite Greek phrases are sure to make you look great! Be sure to stop by GreekPod101.com and leave us a post! To learn more about Greek phrases and culture, be sure to drop by GreekPod101.com!

News #5 - Behind the Scenes at GreekPod101.com Part I

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Let's face it, office life can be pretty boring. Never ending meetings, excel spreadsheets and bottomless cups of bland company coffee. Other than your daily water cooler talk and the occasional office romance gossip, there's just not that much excitement going around. Ever wonder what life's like at a start-up? Sleeping bags in the office, all-nighters fueled by processed junk food and midnight runs to McDonald's. It's all in a day's work here at Innovative Language. In today's news, we're sharing a few of our secrets with you! Go behind the scenes with us as we show you what we do and who we are! Your typical day at Innovative Language isn't so typical. We're constantly moving, writing, editing and recording so that we can deliver fun lessons that you'll enjoy on your ride home from work. Get to know our team in today's news lesson and find out how you can be featured in part 2 of our Behind the Scenes news!

Learn with Video #15 - Bear Through This Greek Video Lesson and Learn Awesome Forest Animal Vocabulary!

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Learn Greek with GreekPod101.com! As part of your Greek "Forest Animal" unit, today your class is taking a walk through the forest in Greece to gather information for a report you will have as homework tonight. Your teacher hands out a list of "things to look out for" - written entirely in Greek! Not being able to make out some of the Greek words on the list, you try to partner up with someone, but everyone seems to have turned it into a competition to see who can find things first. Suddenly, a classmate screams out in Greek, "I found one!! Look, that raccoon is cracking and munching peanuts!" Everyone moans, knowing that classmate is now in the lead, but you strain your neck, struggling to see what in the world she found. Finding nothing as the group moves on quickly, you jot down as much as you can remember - you will just have to look it up when you get home. Ugh. You are startled as another classmate cries out in Greek, "I know what the eagle eats! It's swooping down for fish!" Your fellow classmates cry out in unison, "Ahhh!!" as you again jot down the Greek words you do not recognize. It's too bad you can't enjoy this hike through the beautiful forest. But what's worse is that before you can even BEGIN your report tonight, you have to find out what all this even means!!! Learning Greek with GreekPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Greek! This Greek Video Vocabulary lesson will teach you the Greek words you need to talk about forest animals and their behaviors. In this Greek vocabulary video, you will learn Greek by watching the video, seeing both English and Greek translations describing the video, and all while listening to the Greek translations being read aloud by our native Greek speakers. Visit us at GreekPod101.com where you will find many more great Greek lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!

Advanced Audio Blog #15 - Why Are You Throwing Away Your Greek Bracelet?

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Learn Greek with GreekPod101.com! You tell your niece in Greek, "What a pretty bracelet!" Your niece responds in Greek, "Thank you. I like it too. It's too bad that I have to give it away now." And with that, she unclasps the bracelet and tosses it away into a hedge. You gasp and ask her in Greek, "Why did you do that?" She replies in Greek, "Because it's the tradition. Some bird will put it to good use." You respond in Greek, "You gave your jewelry to a bird? Let's get one thing straight now. Tradition or no tradition, in the future, you need to get and keep all the jewelry you can...and the more diamonds you get, the better. Do you understand me?" Learning Greek with GreekPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Greek! This Greek Audio Blog lesson will tell you about the significance of the twenty-fifth day of March to the Greeks. We'll also explain why Greek children discard their bracelets on this Greek holiday. Visit us at GreekPod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Greek lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!