The “Easy Greek Stories” podcast – Episode 13

If you are at an intermediate level in Greek, then boost your Greek listening skills with the Omilo Podcast.  It also helps you learn common everyday Greek vocabulary and life situations in Greece. In this podcast you can listen to every story first at a slow reading pace, followed by the same story, narrated at a normal Greek native speaking pace, as well as an extra vocabulary list at the end.

Every month one new Greek story. And it is free!

(Note: this podcast is not a Greek course and the episodes don’t follow a step-by-step grammar or difficulty sequence.)

Listen to story #13 on various Podcast channels listed below.

Η Sophie περνάει τέλεια στη λαϊκή αγορά!
Sophie has a great time at the weekly market!

In this episode, Eva reads for you the story about Sophie from Switzerland, living in Athens, and going regularly for her groceries to the weekly market.

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The “Easy Greek Stories” podcast – Episode 12

If you are at an intermediate level in Greek, then boost your Greek listening skills with the Omilo Podcast.  It also helps you learn common everyday Greek vocabulary and life situations in Greece. In this podcast you can listen to every story first at a slow reading pace, followed by the same story, narrated at a normal Greek native speaking pace, as well as an extra vocabulary list at the end.

Every month one new Greek story. And it is free!

(Note: this podcast is not a Greek course and the episodes don’t follow a step-by-step grammar or difficulty sequence.)

Listen to story #12 on various Podcast channels listed below.

Πώς άλλαξε η ζωή του Φάνη μέσα σε 12 ώρες.
How Fanis’ life changed within 12 hours

In this episode, Myrto reads for you the story about Fanis and Dylan on the island of Milos, and how Fanis’ life changed in one day.  (You can listen to it as a seperate podcast, or you can listen to it as a “continuation of podcast 11)

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Two Greek verbs that many Beginners and even Intermediate students find quite confusing are ‘παίρνω’ and ‘περνάω or περνώ’. Apart from the slightly different spelling, the main obvious cause of this confusion is the accentuation; it’s just a twist of the accent that makes these two words sound differently.
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How to say “I know” or “I know it”  in Greek.
Learn the present and future form of this verb

Since it is very useful to be able to say “I know”, “I know it” or “I do not know”, here below, we will explain the verb “ξέρω” in present and future tense
If you prefer to watch and listen to the video first, then click here and listen to teacher Terpsi

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The “Easy Greek Stories” podcast – Episode 11

If you are at an intermediate level in Greek, then boost your Greek listening skills with the Omilo Podcast.  It also helps you learn common everyday Greek vocabulary and life situations in Greece. In this podcast you can listen to every story first at a slow reading pace, followed by the same story, narrated at a normal Greek native speaking pace, as well as an extra vocabulary list at the end.

Every month one new Greek story. And it is free!

(Note: this podcast is not a Greek course and the episodes don’t follow a step-by-step grammar or difficulty sequence.)

Listen to story #11 on various Podcast channels listed below.

Γιατί χτυπούσε η καμπάνα στη Μήλο;
Why the church bell was ringing in Milos?

In this episode, Eva reads for you the story about how Dylan met Fanis, next to the Church bell on the island of Milos

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How to say “I wash” or “I wash myself”  in Greek.
Learn the active and passive form of this verb

THIS PART OF GRAMMAR MIGHT BE CONFUSING, AND NEEDS SOME PRACTICE.

But do not worry, siga-siga!

When you learn Greek, a difficult part in grammar is the use of active and passive verbs.
Most students get confused, since it is not something you learn in other European languages.

So here below, we will explain the verb “to wash” in its active form, as well as  “to be washed” in the passive form.
If you prefer to watch and listen to the video first, then click here

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The “Easy Greek Stories” podcast – Episode 10

If you are at an intermediate level in Greek, then boost your Greek listening skills with the Omilo Podcast.  It also helps you learn common everyday Greek vocabulary and life situations in Greece. In this podcast you can listen to every story first at a slow reading pace, followed by the same story, narrated at a normal Greek native speaking pace, as well as an extra vocabulary list at the end.

Every month one new Greek story. And it is free!

(Note: this podcast is not a Greek course and the episodes don’t follow a step-by-step grammar or difficulty sequence.)

Listen to story #10 on various Podcast channels listed below.

Ποιος θα πάρει τη δουλειά;Η Σία ή ο Πέτρος; Who will get the job?


In this episode, Myrto reads for you the story about the job interview of Sia and Petros

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The “Easy Greek Stories” podcast – Episode 9

If you are at an intermediate level in Greek, then boost your Greek listening skills with the Omilo Podcast.  It also helps you learn common everyday Greek vocabulary and life situations in Greece. In this podcast you can listen to every story first at a slow reading pace, followed by the same story, narrated at a normal Greek native speaking pace, as well as an extra vocabulary list at the end.

Every month one new Greek story. And it is free!

(Note: this podcast is not a Greek course and the episodes don’t follow a step-by-step grammar or difficulty sequence.)

Listen to story #9 on various Podcast channels listed below.

Η Ιστορία του Μπεν και της Ζέτας στο βουνό Παρνασσός –
The story of Ben and Zeta on Mount Parnassos

In this episode, Eva reads for you the story about how Ben, from Holland and Zeta, from Greece, met each other on mount Parnassos

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What about listening to Greek Love Songs or a Love story?
In general, Greeks are romantic! And this reflects in many love songs or real love stories…

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How to say “I love …” in Greek  and useful sentences

One of those verbs you hear a lot in Greek songs, or you need when you fall in love with a Greek person,  is the verb “αγαπάω” = I love

It is a verb that we use in many everyday phrases. Below you will find some important expressions and the grammar on how to use and conjugate this verb. Let’s have a look!

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