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The Hellenic American Union presents a way to learn Modern Greek, fast and easy, by following the activities in the everyday lives of a group of young people in Greece. Don't forget to listen for the voice of Xenophon, a funny character, who helps you understand better what you hear!

Learning Greek Podcasts from the Hellenic American Union Hellenic American Union

    • Education
    • 4.3, 43 Ratings

The Hellenic American Union presents a way to learn Modern Greek, fast and easy, by following the activities in the everyday lives of a group of young people in Greece. Don't forget to listen for the voice of Xenophon, a funny character, who helps you understand better what you hear!

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

tjcrebs ,

Nice immersion Greek Lessons

The PDF-transcripts are presently password protected; therefore, I cannot copy the Greek text to the lyric or notebook partition of my iPod. I emailed the HAU to request the password, as it would be nice to read the Greek text (on the iPod) while listening to the Greek audio lesson.

rayjrm ,

Excellent resource but NOT for beginners.

This is great for the intermediate to advanced level learner, but because there is no English in this, they are not lessons for the beginner. However, it can be useful still to any level learner if you use it for immersion. Hearing the sounds and music of the language will train your ears even if you don't understand what's being said.

Greek Student ,

Very Helpful for the Intermediate-Advanced Student

This series is an incredibly valuable resource for the upper intermediate to advanced student of Modern Greek. The podcasts are of such high educational quality - there is nothing equal to this for Modern Greek that I am aware of. The lessons are spoken by Greek-speaking natives and are progressive. Definitely use the transcripts to help follow along and learn new vocabulary. They are available for download in pdf. If you need to copy them to a device (such as a reviewer stated below), download the pdf to your computer, then cut and paste it into a Word document and from there you can easily transfer it.

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