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About The Author
Until May 2008 Hara Garoufalia-Middle taught Greek at both the University of Westminster and the City Literary Institute. Now she concentrates on teaching classes at the City Lit, as well as writing. Howard Middle is a consultant and project manager in the field of English as a Foreign Language. He was National Manager for Trinity College London's ESOL exams in Greece until mid 2009 and remains a consultant for this exam board.
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thelo = I want; exo = I have; 'you' form of the verbs; ego/esis = I/you; form a question by upward inflexion; saying 'yes', 'no', 'not' (no auxiliary in Greek); question words 'what? why? where?; 'please' and 'thank you'; useful regular verbs in the prese ime/iste/ine = I am, you are, he/she/it is; introduction of feminine gender; 'a'/'the' for feminine words; some common feminine food/drink items; neuter and feminine pronouns; revision of common regular verbs; he/she/it form of regular verbs; aftos/afti = afto = this; me/you object pronoun; single phrase for 'tag' questions: etsi then ine (is it not so); endaksi = OK; ime apo = I am from (England); intro of masculine gender and common endings; I am (English) -- with masc/feminine ending; countries/nationali Introduction of simple past of verb to be; xthes = yesterday; 'we' form of verb to be and some known verbs; pronoun mas = 'us'; introduction of adjectives and agreement with nouns in singular; pronouns: me, you, him, her, us, them; moo aresi = I like (it panda/pote/sixna = always/never/often; double negative in Greek: I don't have nothing = I don't have anything; noris/arga = early/late; Modals: explanation that there is no infinitive ('to + verb' form) in modern Greek, and action verb form agrees with subject: should/must: verb 'prepi' + particle 'na' plus special form of verb; can: verb boro + particle 'na' plus special form of verb; wa Masculine noun and adjective endings, masculine form of 'the' and 'a'.
Series: Michel Thomas Series
Number Of Pages: 8
Published: 10th January 2012
Dimensions (cm): 23.8 x 17.2
Weight (kg): 0.63