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Greek LOL in Los Angeles
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Greek LOL in Los Angeles

How could we have imagined when we booked our plane tickets to travel to Los Angeles, California for the first time that the strongest image and sound in our memories would be that of young

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Greece: A Viral Star is Born

This year’s Superbowl held a surprise for Greeks and philhellenes when a commercial featured an homage to the Greek language and more specifically the different words Greeks use to describe the concept of “love”. The

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A2 Greek Grammar Course
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A Valentine’s Present for you all

If you are Greek and are in a mixed-language relationship, I’m sure you have lots of stories to tell about the first time your partner met your Greek family. These interactions are priceless and make

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The Arts: World Wide Greek Words

With over 3,400 years of documented history, the Greek language has heavily influenced all western languages. English is no exception, as to this day it uses the root of Greek words to coin new terms.

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Treasure Hunt Summer Camp
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Greek Summer Camp Adventures

Remember that day when you were 8 years old and read a Sherlock Holmes story for the first time? That’s when you decided you wanted to be a detective when you grew up. Or maybe

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Maths World Wide Greek Words
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Maths: World Wide Greek Words

Remember the feeling of being in class, listening to your Maths teacher explaining this rule and that rule, equations and trigonometry and feeling puzzled and confused? Do you remember struggling with the Pythagorean Theorem? Well,

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NEW Group Classes
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NEW Group Classes!!!

General Greek group classes!  Do you want to become fluent in Greek? We will help you achieve it! Make the first step by joining our group classes with learners from all over the world, led

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Medicine: World Wide Greek Words
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Medicine: World Wide Greek Words

What’s happening? The doctor speaks Greek… I challenge you to spend a day in your life without using any words that come from Greek. I bet it is a lot harder than you might think

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