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Once you start following Rimata on Twitter, you'll receive a daily post on your homepage when you log in, and/or on your phone* if you've added it.
Each Rimata post looks like this:
Greek verb of the day: αδειάζω, θα αδειάσω, άδειασα, to empty
- αδειάζω is the present tense
- θα αδειάσω is the future tense
- άδειασα is the aorist (simple past)
- to empty is the English meaning of the verb
Suggestions for teachers or learners
- Read aloud each of the three tenses in all its forms (αδειάζω, αδειάζεις, αδειάζει, ...)
- Use each tense in a written and/or spoken sentence.
- Construct other tenses - eg the subjunctive, the continuous past, the imperative
- Look up the word in your Greek dictionary and make a list of related words - eg άδεία, άδειος
* Please note that not all phones can display Greek characters.
Note: Greek characters may not display correctly using Tweetdeck for the Mac: Tweetdeck problem with Greek text
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