As the year slips away, I thought to share with you the 5 most loved articles from the blog - along with a huge thanks to you, dear reader!
Looking back at 2017, I'm grateful how both Alpha Beta Greek blog and the Bibliotheke have received and keep receiving your love and encouragement ever since they went online in May.
When I started this project the only thing I was certain of was my own passion for teaching Greek and sharing the wonders of language learning with others - both as a teacher and a learner of languages myself.
Now, a bit more than 6 months later, I feel lucky and privileged to have met so many of you and have shared with you the love for the Greek language.
People from Canada to Vietnam, from New Zealand to South Africa we all share the same passion. It's amazing.
You're part of this project and above all you are a huge inspiration. Ευχαριστώ - Thank you!
So, as a roundup for 2017, here are the 5 blog posts you loved the most:
If you want to read the pros and cons of 3 well known apps to learn Greek for free, this post is for you. I state my personal favourite app, how all 3 of them work and how you can get the most out of them without paying a cent. Neat, right?
NOTE: My review is based solely on my personal opinion and I'm not affiliated with these apps.
This is the ultimate guide to start (and keep!) learning Greek. I've included resources, links, ideas, pro tips to consider in order to keep your motivation going. I've also included a couple of nifty ways to avoid burnout when learning Greek.
I 've written it with you in mind; the persistent, motivated learner who just needs a helping hand to get closer to your goal.
If you're looking for some fun, this is the article to read. You'll definitely get some "aha" moments as well.
Bonus: You'll surprise your Greek friends with what you've learned!
Ever thought of Greek Grammar as a mixture of mystery and thriller? Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a bit but Greek Grammar can puzzle many learners.
Here you'll find 3 of the most common mistakes Beginners and Intermediate learners make, and you'll learn how to solve them - yep, once and for all.
This is the first of the series Learning Greek One Step At A Time. I'm showing you why, what and how to study vocabulary when you learn Greek.
If you're struggling with memorizing vocabulary, make sure to check the tips I share with you.
Have a wonderful start to 2018 and the best of success to your language learning goals! Καλή Πρωτοχρονιά και καλή επιτυχία σε ό,τι στόχο έχετε βάλει για τα ελληνικά σας!
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