Master Greek with Learn Greek - Word Power 101. This e-book is a completely new way to learn Greek vocabulary fast. Start speaking Greek in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book.
The vocabulary words you’ll find in Learn Greek - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Greek language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Greek language. With each entry, you’ll see the word and a vibrant image to help remember the meaning. You’ll hear the word to master the pronunciation. Then you’ll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Greek vocabulary has never been easier!
In this book, you’ll get:
- 101 of the most frequently used Greek vocabulary words
- Audio with authentic native Greek pronunciation
- Vibrant photos and images to help memorization
- Useful and practical sample sentences and phrases
Purchase Learn Greek - Word Power 101 today to start mastering Greek vocabulary in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible!
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Skip this book
At the end of the book it tells you to go to GreekPod101 for a free account, and there are a couple instances in this book where they say the wrong word (like παρα) so may as well just go to the free account.
Not quite 101
Thank you for providing this resource. I cannot recommend it to those looking to begin studies in greek. The book lacks an introduction to the alphabet. Pronunciation is available only for a single word among a set of sentences and phrases; without a phonetic reference for these compositions, understanding nor retention can be achieved.
I only installed the sample. It kept taking me out of iBooks and into either iTunes or the Podcasts app. I would try to get out of the book entirely, but it would only keep taking me into Apple Podcasts. I had to battle with it for a time in order to finally get out of the thing and to get it deleted. Before I did so, I did manage to open what apparently was the first page of Chapter 1, which had the chapter heading and a single Greek word in gigantic type on the page - that was all.