A passage from Ancient to Modern Greek (Modern Greek for B1 level)  

 

Ancient Greek is, without a doubt, a language – vehicle of culture- with a highly esteemed presence in Classical Studies, which is why it is still taught in many schools and universities around the world.

“A passage from Ancient to Modern Greek” is aimed at students and alumni of classical schools and also at anyone who is interested in learning Modern Greek and already has some basic knowledge of the ancient language, living  abroad and in Greece as well.

The program focuses on teaching grammatical phenomena and vocabulary of Modern Greek, which are approached in comparison to the acquired knowledge of Ancient Greek. It also includes many exercises for practice and revision. The texts chosen for each unit gradually advance from the ancient to the byzantine and modern Greek times, so as to underline the unity of the language through the centuries.

Starting dates are July 4th and August 1st

Duration of Courses

1.     Compact course 2 weeks, 20 hours per week. The course includes:

  • 40 hours of Greek language lessons
  • Free Internet access in the library
  • Free educational material (books)
  • 2 Visits to Museums
  • 4 walks in historical Athens (Acropolis, Ancient Athens, Athens Medieval, Modern Athens)

Fees 850

2.     Compact course 4 weeks, 20 hours per week. The course includes:

  • 80 hours of Greek language lessons
  • Free Internet access in the library
  • Free educational material (books)
  • 3 Visits to Museums
  • 6 walks in historical Athens (Acropolis, Ancient Athens, Athens Medieval, Modern Athens)

Fees 1450

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