GREEK Upper Intermediate
Michaelmas, Hilary & Trinity
Entry Level
Kostas Skordyles
Course Content
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Passive Voice
More on Noun Declensions
More on Adjective Declensions
More on verbal aspect
More on
Conditional Sentences
Temporal Sentences
Learning outcomes
Course book
The course is designed to accommodate student’s needs and
preferences. The aim is to encourage students to make use of
vocabulary in a variety of situations and to actively respond to
oral and written material.
Communicate in Greek, 2 (chapters 17-24)
Communicate in Greek, 2 – Exercise book 2
Listening: Άκου να δεις, 2 and 3
Material provided by the tutor.
By the end of the year, regularly participating students are expected to have
reached Common European Framework Level B1, i.e.:
Can understand the main ideas of fairly complex texts. Can interact with some fluency and
spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without
considerable strain for either party. Can produce fairly clear texts on a wide range of subjects and
explain a viewpoint on a topical issue.
Students should also be able to sit the exam for the Certificate of Attainment in
Greek (Πιστοποιητικό Ελληνομάθειας), Level B1, acknowledged by the European
Council and awarded by the Greek State.