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Modern Greek Books- Level A1, A2



1. Klik sta Ellinika A1, A2/  Κλικ στα Ελληνικά Α1, Α2 



Innovative textbook for learning Greek as a second/foreign language, available both in printed and in electronic version. It’s based on the New Comprehensive Examination Syllabus, while it implements the modern teaching principles and gets to be continuously enriched with e-material. The book helps in the enhancement of the four communicative skills, while it is equally offered for an efficient preparation of Greek language exam candidates on the A1 level for adult and teenage learners. Finally, the book sets a sound foundation for the next Greek language common reference levels.


2. Greek for you A1, A2/ Ελληνικά για σας 

Textbook Greek for you A1 is part of the bilingual series for learning Modern Greek as a foreign language Greek for you for adolescents and adults. This bilingual material makes the classroom teaching easier, while at the same time it can be used for self-teaching.

3.Taxidi stin Ellada (Level A1 & A2) / Ταξίδι στην Ελλάδα Α1 & Α2 

Through a variety of skills related to comprehension as well as production of written and spoken language what is taught is all the grammar, syntax and vocabulary of the corresponding level, according to the curriculum of Athens University. 

4. Ellinika A/ Ελληνικά Α

Each unit introduces and practices communication skills such as making introductions, asking questions and giving directions as well as grammar and phonetics. Beginners jump in at the deep end as modern language teaching theory recommends but with a lifebelt for those with zero knowledge of Greek. The introduction to the alphabet eases the novice in gently through the names of countries and cities that are similar in many languages, a comparison of the Latin and Greek alphabets, and some reading practice with bilingual store signs.



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GCSE Modern Greek resources and books

Content and assessment overview 

The Pearson Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE (9–1) in Greek consists of four externally examined papers based on the following skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Students must complete their speaking assessment in April/May and all other assessments in May/June in any single year.

Each paper is available at Foundation tier or Higher tier. Students must be entered for a single tier across all papers.

The use of dictionaries is not permitted. For Paper 2 this includes during the preparation time.

Here you can find what you need to take Modern Greek GCSE exams:

Resources

Specification Pearson Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE (9 - 1) in Greek (1GK0) First teaching from September 2017 First certification from June 2019
download here: https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/GCSE/Greek/2017/specification-and-sample-assessments/SAMs_GCSE_L1-L2_in_Greek_August_2016_Draft.pdf
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Saying hello, goodbye & how are you
Saying what you are called & asking someone else’s name

In Greece and Cyprus people tend to be informal with each other and seldom use each other’s surnames. You may well hear people addressed as, for example, Mr. George (κύριεΓιώργο) or Mrs. Anna ( κυρίαΆννα), which expresses both respect and friendliness.
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