Mondays: 8:30pm – 10: 00pm OR Saturdays: 6:30pm – 8:00pm (Athens local time)
Starting Date: February 2023
Status: Admissions OPEN
Prerequisite: The student must have the ability to understand formal or informal, friendly language, of limited duration, with simple structures and with the information given clearly and logically, not too complicated, in situations in the present time with only a very few people & events, and must be able to understand high-frequency phrases and vocabulary associated with direct personal experiences (family, shopping, professional life, entertainment, etc.).
He/she should be able to understand his / her interlocutor in telephone conversations and be able to understand the general meaning and the main points in a simple conversation between two native or non-native speakers using the Greek language on issues relevant to the candidate’s experiences.
He also should be able to understand the meaning of ordinary small talk, and slow but natural forms of speech, such as simple public announcements (in the media, or at the airport, or a bus or train station, shops, etc.), telephone information (about time, cinemas, theatres, hospitals, etc.), weather reports on the TV, instructions given by government officials (police, traffic, customs, etc.), descriptions of events, people, etc. The student should always be able to ask for a repetition of what was said to him/her if she/he cannot understand.
What happens after I pay: After your payment, one of our professional Greek tutors will contact you via email to welcome you to the course and give you instructions on how to join the teacher-led lessons online. You will need a computer with video capabilities and a microphone to be able to attend the lesson. If following your first few sessions you do not feel comfortable that you meet the course prerequisites and you would prefer to switch to a different course, you will be able to discuss this with your teacher and we can switch you to a new course.