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Hara Garoufalia-Middle teaches Greek to adults of all ages and levels.
Howard Middle is National Consultant for Greece for Trinity College London.


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Great way to get more fluent in greek Feb. 6 2014
By MARIA - Published on Amazon.com
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This is making it much easier for me to build up my knowledge of greek words and phrases. The sections make sense and support a working vocabulary so you can start trying to speak and listen with greater success. The cd helps because you can listen and correct your pronunciation. I find the exercises and flash cards useful too. I feel my fluency is growing. I do use a grammar book and make certain as I learn the words I include the gender specific articles I write them in the book and on the flash cards. More helpful to me than Rosetta Stone has been.
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Not the best April 17 2014
By Zaharoula - Published on Amazon.com
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Nice exercises but there is a few mistakes here for exanple: scarf is with o not omega. Κασκόλ. In the book it is written "κασκωλ" which is wrong. To learn Greek go to greek123.com order advanced one or two. The book has passages to and stories that make you read in greek.


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