Origins: the Greek alphabet has been in continuous use for the past 2,750 years or so since about 750 BC. It was developed from the Canaanite/Phoenician alphabet and the order and names of the letters are derived from Phoenician. The original Canaanite meanings of the letter names were lost when the alphabet was adapted for Greek. For example, alpha comes from the Canaanite aleph (ox) and beta from beth (house).
Conversation Piece offers a wide variety of Greek language training options to suit your availability and tuition needs. Whether you wish to learn Greek in a one-to-one with a trainer, you and your partner wish to learn Greek together or you and a small group of friends wish to take Greek lessons together, we can arrange for a Greek trainer to come to your preferred location (your home, your office etc.) or we can arrange for you to use our training room (week days only).
Our teachers recommend a minimum of 1.5 hour lesson per week but this is entirely flexible.
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