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learn & speak greek with Online programs


 

Discover how I support you to

speak more & build your confidence in your

Greek language journey:

 
 

=== GREEK RECORDER ===

You feel like you don’t have many people to practice your Greek with? You want to improve your speaking but you don’t want to commit to a live class?

Greek Recorder is a short, 3 - week online speaking & feedback program where I won’t ask you to do more “fill in the blank” activities. Instead, I help you speak more Greek even daily, using short speaking tasks. Next, you get my feedback and use it right away in your speaking.


You learn with:

  • 1 theme you love talking about

  • 1 weekly worksheet to focus on

  • 20 new words & phrases / week

  • 3 weekly speaking prompts & personalized feedback

  • answers & support to your burning questions!


=== MY GREEK SPEAKING HUB ===

This is a 1:1 Greek online program where you focus on everyday vocabulary & phrases of your topic of interest and then meet with me online to reinforce what you learn each week.

Let me help you be part of the discussions you’re interested in by focusing on your speaking & your understanding of everyday Greek language and culture.

No more time spent on role-plays and generic talking. We work on one specific theme of your interest for 4 weeks. (You can renew and sign up for more than one theme).

You learn with:

  • 1 theme you love talking about

  • 4 worksheets to focus on

  • 80 new words & phrases

  • 12 speaking prompts & personalized feedback to your recordings (3 per week)

  • 4 online sessions


what my students say:

I have more realistic expectations about my progress and sustained motivation. This was provided by your many hints and tips.
— Ian Jamieson
The most important thing for me is that I actually started talking.
You help me to believe in myself, your patience and kindness and positive feedback make me feel more confident.
— Galina Troshina
I wanted to improve my ability to speak Greek. Danae offered me a way to achieve that.
— Mardie Holton-Cleave