johnincrete wrote:...It presupposes you know the Greek verb ...
What we need is more Greek conversation classes.
Kilkis wrote:Most Greek verbs are "regular", i.e. they follow rules.
George wrote:...I am now getting my head around the "stem" idea with the differing endings depending on whatever tense I should be using...
My dictionaries (the one I trust most is Stavropoulos) show the same but, according to our Greek teacher, they have alternative 'άω' endings.Kilkis wrote:George wrote:PS Satcure, my dictionaries gives "I sell" as "πωλώ" or "πουλώ" not πουλάω. In either case the third person singular aorist indicative is as you say.
Also, one of the standard text books used by Greek teachers "Επικοινωνήστε Ελληνικά"
Our Greek teacher (who is both Greek and a school teacher) reckons book 3 is not worth bothering with: better to simply sit around and chat.Kilkis wrote:There are three levels ............
Why not use the Google link shortener or TinyURL.com (or one of several others). They reduce links to about 20 characters or fewer.Kilkis wrote:PS Sorry for the messy looking link but it does work.
filippos wrote:Why not use the Google link shortener or TinyURL.com (or one of several others). They reduce links to about 20 characters or fewer.
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