Greek B1 in the Cyclads

The Vardakeios School of Hermoupoli organizes an intensive summer course of Modern Greek language for students with a Β1 level. The course will be held from 17th to 28th September 2012 and will cover 20 full hours. Read the rest of this entry »


Learn Greek and discover Cyclads

Sun, sea…and Greek language! All in one! It’s not a film title…

…nor my last dream!It’s reality! Read the rest of this entry »


Greek traditional music

Yesterday night the most famous Italian songs contest had its closing ceremony…how could I not talk you about MUSIC? GREEK MUSIC of course.  I found out a great website. The author? An Italian named  Carmelo Siciliano. Being a guitar player he is very keen on and scholar of traditional Mediteranean music (and more)…and above all he suffers from “mal de Grèce”. Indeed he has spent years studying Greek traditional music and now he is spreading this musical culture through

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Best wishes!


all of

you I wish

a quiet and joyful

Christmas full of happiness



Καλές γιορτές!!

TerraMadre2010 - taken by Patrizia Corriero


Coffee break

Coffe break…just because I will need coffee to overcome this exam session. I only want to inform you that the post publication will start again after november, 24th.

Sorry for interrupting the blog


The book agora

An online agora based in UK: a virtual shop which offers a fich variety of texts and products all related to Greek language. It is a good reference point for whose who are looking for self-teching books to learn alone and improve him/herself or wants to teach and looks for suitable teching material. The offered products are divided into categories:

  • languages: books on modern and ancient Greek, for young and grown-up student, dictionaries, teacher’s handbooks, books on other languages;
  • riferimento: reference books such as atlases and technical handbooks;
  • fiction: modern and ancient Greek literature, internationa lliterature in Greek, Greek literature in English, literature divided according to genres;

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