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Greek for you

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Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
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Learn the most important words and phrases for everyday situations and travelling with the audio-learning course "Greek for you". More than 1300 words and phrases are arranged by topic, summarised in chapters and is authentic in conveying the most important basics of the language. Thus you can concentrate on learning words and phrases from certain topics such as "basics", "travel", "bank" or "means of communication". With this vocabulary you will be able to place your order in Greek in a restaurant, ask directions in a foreign city or also ask for medical assistance. In addition, you will receive all words and phrases as a PDF file which can be added to your library after the purchase – to print, fold and take along. It makes learning fun and provides intensive preparation for your next trip!

The PDF booklet that accompanies this selection will be automatically added to your library after the purchase.

©2011 Jourist Verlags GmbH (P)2011 Jourist Verlags GmbH

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  • J. ELARIO
  • 09-06-17

must be somebody's idea of a practical joke

Sentences are said in English and followed by the Greek. The Greek is said twice, both times at full speed by a native speaker.
Individual words aren't translated so you don't actually know what you're saying.
This is definitely not an audio "course". Just a bunch of English sentences translated to Greek.