|1. SEMI INTENSIVE
M/W/F, 10:00 – 13:00
M/W/F, 15:00 – 18:00
07 – 28.01
04 – 25.02
04 – 29.03
01 – 22.04
06 – 27.05
03 – 24.06
01 – 22.07
09 – 30.09
07 – 28.10
04 – 25.11
02 – 23.12
T/Th, 10:00 – 12:30
T/Th, 18:00 – 20:30
08.01 – 14.02
19.02 – 28.03
07.05 – 13.06
18.06 – 25.07
24.09 – 31.10
05.11 – 12.12
Elementary I: For participants with no knowledge of Greek. At the end, the student will be able to make introductions, to give basic information about him/herself or other persons, to describe basic activities and to take part in basic everyday dialogues.
Elementary II: For participants with a limited knowledge of Greek; you can get by in simple situations.
At the end, the student will be able to communicate using present, past and future tenses, to talk about everyday situations in a simple and brief way and to take part in everyday simple dialogues. Also the student will be able to express him/herself both orally and in writing in usual everyday situations and to comprehend simple texts, instructions and conversations about familiar issues.
Intermediate I: For participants who know how to manage a simple conversation, read easy texts and are able to express opinions on simple issues.
Intermediate II: For participants who need to improve their vocabulary and revise their knowledge of grammar.
Intermediate III: For participants whose conversation skills are satisfactory in most situations and are sufficiently confident.
At the end, the student will be able to talk about issues of more general interest, to narrate stories and to participate in discussions about familiar issues expressing adequately opinions and feelings. Also, will be able to comprehend simple literature texts in magazines or newspapers.
Advanced I: For participants who are able to communicate in Greek in rather difficult situations and read complicated texts.
Advanced II: For participants who are able to communicate very well in Greek almost in every situation and also have the ability to read simple articles in newspapers and magazines.
At the end, the student will have the ability to communicate fluently and easily in a wide range of situations, to understand and use idiomatic expressions concerning the modern Greek civilization and to comprehend radio or TV programmes.
Proficiency: For participants who can read newspapers and magazines and are able to communicate almost perfectly in Greek.
At the end, the student will be able to participate in discussions that follow by scientists or artists.