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The Acropolis in Athens, Greece
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- Lesson 1: Letters α, ι, κ, ο, τ, and ρ
- Lesson 2: Letters ν, μ, ε, and λ
- Lesson 3: Letters π, σ, and δ
- Lesson 4: Letters η, υ, ω, and β
- Lesson 5: Letters φ, ζ, and γ
- Lesson 6: Letters θ, χ, ξ, and ψ
- Alphabet review
- Lesson 7: Common phrases
- Lesson 8: Greetings
- Lesson 9: Names, nationalities and professions
- Lesson 10: Countries, introductions and family
- Lesson 11: Irregular verbs, the genitive, family, the body, prepositions
- Lesson 12: Object pronouns, the vocative, more numbers, food, past tenses in first conjugation
- Lesson 13: The countryside, aorist of second-conjugation verbs, future tenses
- Lesson 14: Passive voice, perfect tenses, the verbs βλέπω and λέω, numbers to 1000
- Lesson 15: Passive imperfect, comparisons, expressions of time
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