Hello, friends! I'm back for good now! And the first thing we need to do, is learn

**how to count in Greek!**I 've already uploaded a series of videos, where I teach you how to count from 0-200, and also two more videos with important grammar rules about the

**Greek numerals (Αριθμητικά).**

Here is the first video of the counting series: Intro to Greek Numbers. An intro to the grammar of numbers and advice on how to organize your studying.

These are the general categories of the Greek αριθμητικά (video screenshot):

For counting, we need only the

**cardinal numbers**(απόλυτα αριθμητικά), which are adjectives.

So, if you are serious about this, this is the order you should base your studying on.

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1. **Learn how to simply count**

Here is the first video, where I give you the writing and pronunciation of the numbers 0-20.There are videos for all the numbers in groups of 20, for your convenience. You can easily find these on my Youtube Channel.

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2. **Watch the video:** The Gender of the Cardinal Numbers

It will help you **count in all three genders**: αρσενικό, θηλυκό, ουδέτερο (masculine, feminine and neuter).

#### 3. Learn the declension of the adjectives

If you want to use numbers in any sentence possible, you will have to learn how to**decline the cardinal numbers**. In Greek, there are

**four cases**. There will be a special video about that, soon.

#### 4. Learn the rest of "Αριθμητικά"

Finally, wait for the videos about**the rest of the numeral categories**, which will help you complete your knowledge on the Greek grammar section that is called

**Αριθμητικά.**These categories (see above) include the very useful

**ordinal numbers**(1st, 2nd, 3rd) and a few more groups that we will talk about later.

I hope that this is the beginning of a beautiful journey! Ελπίζω αυτή να είναι η αρχή ενός υπέροχου ταξιδιού!

Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more free Greek lessons!

See you soon!

Με αγάπη, Λίνα.

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