Greek and Latin are two of the most important languages in the history of ancient Europe and even some parts of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa (to a somewhat lesser extent). Most people know that Greek and Latin have influenced most European languages English included – but some get confused about the relationship … Read more Greek VS Latin: Is Greek A Latin Based Language? (What Are The Differences?)
The Greek language is an extremely important language in terms of world history, culture and philosophy. Most western languages today have Greek loan-words, especially for scientific terms, which attests to the significance of Greece and its culture and language throughout the ages. Greek is not, however, an international language like English, French, Arabic or other … Read more Which Countries In The World Speak Greek? And How Many Greek Speakers Are There?
The Greek language is the native tongue of over 13 million people in Greece (and Cyprus and Albania). It’s a language of the Hellenic language family, which is an independent branch of the Indo-European language family. This means that despite Greece’s and the Greek language’s importance in world history, the language isn’t closely related to … Read more Is Greek a difficult language to learn? 6 things you need to consider
Recently, I’ve seen this question posed on the internet. Is Greek a dead language? It’s the kind of question that’s quite easy to answer on the surface, but a little harder if you want to go in depth. Greek is not a dead language. But will it ever become endangered. And what about Ancient or … Read more Is Greek a dead language? What about the Ancient Greek language?
Some 13,5 million people in the world speak Greek as their native language. Most of them are Greeks, but the language is spoken in Cyprus and Albania as well as many countries around the world where Greek expatriates live, like Turkey, Hungary, Italy and a lot of other places. Even though Greek is a relatively … Read more How To Learn The Greek Language By Yourself (From Beginner To Fluency)