I am new and would like to share useful links (studying Greek)

Hi there,

I have just started to use Duolingo. It is a great tool to learn languages. I am studying with a private teacher for one hour per week for the past 8 months. Using Duolingo I would like to speed up what I learn. So far it is going great.

I use Duolingo cards: -

I use English to Greek translations on Google: -

I use the coolJugator for all my conjugations: -

I use wordReference for looking up certain Greek words: -

I also use various other websites that explain how certain grammatical rules work. Like

What do you use to study?

September 22, 2018


Thank you for the links. I am fairly new to Duolingo too. I stared Learning Greek many years ago (before I had childen, and they are now 22 and 18!) I went to evening classes and used the BBC Greek language course,Greek Language and People, which I still refer back to now. I also use a book called 101 Greek verbs. I don’t use on line resources very much yet, but will have a look at your recommendations.

Check out the Greek Forum where we've gathered a nice collection of links and other information for you.

wiktionary is amazing - very thorough Greek entries, with conjugations.

See also: Language: Natural: Greek: Can you give some links about Greek? [URL]


(about Πόσο αξιόπιστο μπορεί να είναι ένα λεξικό που έχει την πρώτη φράση του λάθος; Δεν είναι "η πολύγλωσση online λεξικό" αλλά "ΤΟ ΠΟΛΥΓΛΩΣΣ-Ο εξ αποστάσεως λεξικό. I want to help us but I can give you my email or name on facebook. That is avoided by Duolingo. I am native speaker of Greek

Χα χα θέλει δουλίτσα Μοναδικό φράσεις και εκφράσεις Αν η γλώσσα σας δεν περιλαμβάνεται σε επιλεγμένες θέσεις προσπαθούν να συνδέσουν λεξικά

I use tiny cards too, though I make my own as I go, lol

You might also like Quizlet where you can not only store information but it also offers a range of Flashcards and other review options.

i use for some of my languages.

For some reason being fluent in Physics doesn't make me fluent in Greek. /ponder

Also, thanks for the post, good stuff.

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