Greek, Complete Edition is a unique multimedia course that takes you from a beginner to an advanced level in one convenient package.
At the core of Greek, Complete Edition is the Living Language Method?, based on linguistic science, proven techniques, and over 65 years of experience. Our method teaches you the whole language, so you can express yourself, not just recite memorized words or scripts.
Millions have learned with Living LanguageR. Now it’s your turn.
‧ 3 Books: 46 lessons, additional review exercises, culture notes, and a grammar summary—plus a bonus notebook
‧ 9 Audio CDs: Vocabulary, dialogues, audio exercises, and more—listen while using the books or use for review on the go
‧ Free Online Learning: Visit our Language Lab (www.livinglanguage.com/languagelab) for flashcards, games, and interactive quizzes for each lesson
To learn more visit livinglanguage.com.
The Living Language Method?
Build a Foundation
Start speaking Greek immediately using essential words and phrases.
Progress with Confidence
Build on each lesson as you advance to full sentences, then actual conversations.
Retain what You’ve Learned
Special recall exercises move your new language from short-term to long-term memory.
Achieve Your Goals
Don’t just mimic or memorize. Develop practical language skills to speak in any situation.
Living Language has been a proven and effective language learning instruction for over 65 years. Using techniques originally developed for the US State Department, the Living Language Method follows a four point approach from building a foundation of essential words and phrases, advancing to full sentences and conversations, practicing with recall exercises aimed at both short and long term memory and developing practical language skills to equip the learner in any situation. Living Language is an imprint of Random House LLC, a Penguin Random House Company.
Stamatina Mastorakou?was born in Grenoble, France, in 1977. She earned an MA in the history and philosophy of science and technology from the University of Athens, Greece, and in 2008, she earned a PhD?in the history of ancient astronomy at the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Imperial College, University of London. Since then Mastorakou has been a junior fellow at Princeton.