GREEK LANGUAGE LESSONS FOR FOREIGNERS - FEBRUARY 2023
In-class and online Greek language courses at Intercultural Center Bridge - February 2023.
Each course lasts 4 months which is 40 hours in total.
For expression of interest you can fill in the form below.
At Intercultural Center Bridge you can attend courses and workshops for adults based on language learning, education, arts and culture. At Bridge the teaching of a language is the simultaneous introduction of the culture of the language been taught.
Beginners (A1 Level)
MONDAY 19:00-21:15 (IN CLASS)
Pre-Intermediate (A2 level)
WEDNESDAY 19:00-21:15 (IN CLASS)
Duration: 4 months
Price: 120€ for the 4 month-long semester paid in two parts of 60€ (1st part paid with registration)
Certificate: At the end of each semester participants will receive Certificate of Attendance.
Your registration will be fully completed by deposing the first part of the course price.
Τel.: 2310281840 / 6985840312 (whatsapp & viber)
Address: Ermou street No. 23, Thessaloniki (city center)
e-mail: [email protected]
THE GREEK LANGUAGE
Democratie, armonia, tiyatro, music, Architettura, protagonist… If you speak French, Spanish, Turkish, English, Italian or even German, then you know for sure what these words mean. Of course, you may not know that all these words are of Greek origin.
Greek is a language with a continuity for almost 3,500 years. It holds an important historical place in the history of the Western world. Along with the Latin texts, the Greek texts of antiquity are part of the classical science. The roots of the Greek language have been used for centuries and they are still used to form new words in other languages. Many Greek words can be found in almost all the major languages of the world and express basic meanings of the international scientific and technological vocabulary.
The Greek alphabet used with some modifications from the 9th century BC. formed the basis of the Latin alphabet, which was later adopted by many languages worldwide.
But Greek is a living language that continues its journey through time. Today Greek in its modern form is the official language of Greece and one of the two official languages of Cyprus. It is also one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. It is estimated that the total number of people worldwide who speak Greek as a first or second language is around 25 million.