I am still trying to iron out problems that I'm having with Russian before I begin any other non-Latin based character set languages. Greek will definitely be the next.
I only have the alphabet started now.
If you want to make websites in Greek, but you don't have a Geek keyboard or OS, check out my page on the ISO Greek character set.
Once the booklet is done, I'll need a native speaker of Greek to record. You must speak a reasonably dialect free Greek. Sex and age are not important (well, for this project anyway), but you must be able to speak loudly and clearly without impediments. If you are interested, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks!
Check out www.webexpert.net/vasilios/grklng1.htm for a (too extensive) list of Greek Language resources.
Kaliméra Good morning Kalispéra Good evening Kaliníchta Good night Yia sou Hello Ti Kánis? How are you? Ísse kalá? Are things going well? Polí oréo Very good Efharistó Thank you Yia mas Cheers (toast) Ton Logariasmó the bill/check Parakaló Please Antío Goodbye
Modern Greek - Advanced Level
Greek through the Internet
Learn to Read Greek
Modern Greek as a foreign language
Learn Greek Online !
Jancada has a good foreign language page for Greek
AncientGreek Flashcards from flash card exchange
ModernGreek Flashcards from flash card exchange
Greek bad words from insultmonger.com (warning: porn ads on some pages)