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Greek Higher Intermediate (P66)

Unfortunately the Greek courses will not be running in 2019/20, due to low enrolments.



This level is applied to a limited number of Language Centre courses as a bridge between Intermediate and Advanced. You will probably have completed over 200 hours of tuition. While being able to express yourself reasonably well, some of the language spoken at native speaker speed still escapes you and you feel the need for more practice. As the course proceeds, will focus more on listening skills. Writing tasks will arise from material covered.

Main Objectives:

The course will enhance your confidence in an increasing range of factual, persuasive and expressive language tasks performed in a variety of contexts at a higher level.


1 x 2 hour class per week plus some independent learning.

Course Text

Akou na Deis 2 - Arvanitakis, F., et al (Deltos) ISBN 978-960-7914-27-9

A copy can be purchased from the University Bookshop.

Course Description

The course balances a communicative approach with grammatical input as needed. The assumption is that you are familiar with most Greek tenses active and passive, including subjunctives and can work in various ways with nouns, adjectives, pronouns and prepositions. You will be encouraged to give short presentations on topics arising. The course continues from last year. Having completed Communicate in Greek 2, we will proceed to Akou na Deis 2. To begin with, the focus will be on listening and discussions arising.


This course will include the following:


Feeling poorly;

everyday banking;

buying new electronic devices;
news broadcasts;


excursions and festivals;

current affairs;

interests of members of the group.


More work using structures previously covered;

any language points arising.


  • listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Learning Outcomes

  • further improve your listening and speaking fluency;
  • read more extensively;
  • write at greater length;
  • extend grammatical understanding;
  • enhance ability to give presentations;
  • enable and enjoy growth of confidence in the language.