To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version. If you continue having problems contact us.
At the Newsstand
| You are in Greece and you go to a newsstand to buy a phone card. Use these greek sentences
to buy anything; just change the word "phone card" and of course the article,
with a Greek word for another item. You can change words in other sentences too! Experiment with changing the sentences.
Try to use what you are learning with another person that speaks the language if possible.|
Show or Hide the "Key"
Capital letters is where the word is emphasized (accented). See Accent for more
information. Click the play button to play the sounds for each section.
|Greek - Phonetics
|Μια τηλεκάρτα, παρακαλώ.
mia tileKArta, parakaLO.
||A phone card please.
|Βεβαίως, 25 ευρώ.
veVEos, EEkosi PEnte evRO.
||Sure, 25 euro.
This is a subscription page. Please Login or
register to see the rest of the page!
Copyright © 2002-2023 ILG. All Rights Reserved.
PROPERTY OF ILG. YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO USE THIS MATERIAL
FOR ANYTHING ELSE BUT PERSONAL STUDY