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I learn Greek.com uses PayPal's Web Payments to process credit cards. We do not store credit card numbers in our databases. The process of this information is handled by PayPal. PayPal adheres to international PCI compliance standards for data security.

Audio

Narration/Text to speach. Auto generated audio, players and how to use.

  I Learn Greek partnered with Linguatec to bring the latest technology in your fingertips. The new technology will enable you to hear narrated text in sections like Mythology. It will enable you to highlight a Greek word click read and hear the audio.
Highlight and play audio is not working in mobile devices yet.

You'll see 2 types of players when the audio is auto-generated by the server:
The compact:
The full size:

Both players can be paused and restarted. In large body of text the system will highlight the sentence that currently is being played.

How to use the narration player in Mythology or other large body of text
In sections that contain large body of text, when you click on the compact player a larger player will appear:


The player should start automatically. If not please press the play button.
You can pause the player or use the forward and rewind buttons to move to a different sentence:


You can click on settings and change the speed, pitch, the highlight color and show/hide subtitles.



Below is an example of subtitles:



Important: If you click on a single word and then you try to click on the compact player to start narration you will hear again the single word.
This is a program glitch and we are working to fix it. Please reload the page and start your narration again.

Our ILG Audio Player. What it does and how to use.

   Our audio player can be very helpful when you study.
After you click on a file to play you can use the actual player to play, pause, stop or repeat the audio file you just played.
The Player will not play unless you click on an audio link or a play button first.
You can show or hide the player by clicking the button that says "show/hide player".
You can also drag the player wherever you want on the page. (feature not available in Mobile devices)
Our Audio player is tested and works well with all major browser and all mobile devices.
If the player does not work please update your browser to the latest version.
Here is how ILG Player looks like:

Sound files don't play in Android phones

  We have recorded our sound files in MP3 format. The problem happens with Chrome and Firefox. Please follow the steps below to be able to play the audio.

  1. Open Chrome or Firefox and click on the menu; it is the 3 dots on the upper right corner

  2. Then choose "Request Desktop Site"

Login, Registration, User Name, Password, Membership

I just paid with paypal but the website says: "Your account has expired"

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  You have registered previously with I Learn Greek.com
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Click Retrieve Password (instant if you remember the answer to the secret question) or Retrieve Password by email

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I Forgot my Password

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"Buy 1 year get 1 year for your friend". Info and How to

When you see this type of membership in our prices you can buy 1 year for yourself and 1 year for a person of your choice!
Simply register and choose that membership. After you pay send us an email with your friends email, full name, address and telephone number. We'll create an account for your friend and email him/her, and you, his/hers login info.
That's all there is to it!

Install Greek language, Printing

Install Greek language In Mac/Apple computers

 To install the Greek language in Mac computers, follow the instructions bellow:
Click on the Apple logo in the upper-left corner of the screen and select System Preferences.
Select International from the System Preferences screen.
Go to the Input Menu screen
Make sure that Show input menu in menu bar is checked at the bottom of this screen.
You can make the Keyboard Viewer viewable by checking the box. The Keyboard Viewer will enable you to see which keys on your keyboard input which letters in the language you select.
Check the boxes next to the language you want available to you. In our case Greek.
Click the flag icon (if you're in the U.S. it should be the U.S. flag) to bring up the Input Language Menu.
Click on the language you want to type in. The flag will change to the country flag (in our case, Greek), and you'll be able to type in that language.
To switch back, click the flag icon and select the previous language

Install Greek language on Windows XP

 To install another language and keyboard layout in Windows XP, follow the steps below:
In the Windows XP standard Start menu, click Start - Control Panel or
In the Windows XP classic Start menu, click Start - Settings - Control Panel.

Double-click Regional and Language Options
Click the Languages tab, and then click Details under "Text Services and Input Languages". 
Click Add under "Installed Services", and then click the Greek  and the keyboard layout you want to use for Greek. 
To configure the settings for the Language bar, click "Language Bar" under "Preferences". 
To configure the settings for switching between two or more languages click "Key Settings" under "Preferences".

Install Greek language on Windows Vista

 To install another language and keyboard layout in Windows Vista, follow the steps below:
In the Windows Vista standard Start menu, click Start - Control Panel or 
In the Windows Vista classic Start menu, click Start - Settings - Control Panel

Click: Clock, language and Region - Change keyboard and other Input methods or
if you have the classic view, click: Regional and Language Options
Click the Keyboard and Languages tab, and then click Change Keyboard.
The "Text Services and Input Languages" window will appear
Click Add under "General", and then click the Greek  and the keyboard layout you want to use for Greek. 
To configure the settings for the Language bar, click "Language Bar".
To configure the settings for switching between two or more languages click "Advanced Key Settings".

Install Greek language on Windows 7

 To install another language and keyboard layout in Windows 7, follow the steps below:
click Start (windows icon) - Control Panel or 

Click: Clock, language and Region - Region and Language - Change keyboard and other Input methods or
if you have the view set to small or large icons, click: Region and Language
Click the Keyboard and Languages tab, and then click Change Keyboard.
The "Text Services and Input Languages" window will appear
Click Add under "General", and then click the Greek  and the keyboard layout you want to use for Greek. 
To configure the settings for the Language bar, click "Language Bar".
To configure the settings for switching between two or more languages click "Advanced Key Settings".

Install Greek language on Windows 8 or 8.1

 To install another language and keyboard layout in Windows 8 or 8.1, you need to go to control panel
To do that follow one of the steps below:
1. From the start screen type control panel in the search box or
2. Drag the mouse pointer to the bottom right "hot corner" until the bar appear along right edge of the screen. Drag the mouse pointer and click on Search; type "Control Panel" or
3. Press the Windows key + "x" and choose control panel.

Click: Clock, language and Region or,
if you have the view set to small or large icons, click: Language
Click the "Add a Language" tab, choose Greek and then click Add.
When the Greek is added click Options and then Add an input method. Click Save
Click Advanced Settings, then Change Language bar hot keys. Click Between input language... to highlight it and click OK
To switch between languages press Left Alt + Shift.

Install Greek language on Windows 10

 To install another language and keyboard layout in Windows 10, you need to go to control panel or Region and Language settings
To do that follow one of the 2 ways below:
    1. Type control panel in the search box
    2. Click on Language. If you do not see the applets in control panel type Language in the search box.
    3. Click "Add a Language"
    4. When the Greek is added click Options and then Add an input method. Click Save
    5. Click Advanced Settings, then Change Language bar hot keys. Click Between input language... to highlight it and click OK
      To switch between languages press Left Alt + Shift
    1. Type Region and Language settings in the search box to open the app
    2. Click Add a language
    3. Click on the language and choose options
    4. Click Add keyboard and Choose Greek 220 ελληνικά
    5. Now click on Additional date, time, & regional settings
    6. Now click on Change input Methods
    7. Click Advanced Settings, then Change Language bar hot keys. Click Between input language... to highlight it and click OK

Finding special Greek characters at your Keyboard

 To find and use the special Greek characters read the following:
Use Left Alt+Shift to switch between the English and Greek keyboards.
  • To type an accented vowel, press the ';' key and then the vowel (separately).
  • To use the dialitika ¨, press ':' before the vowel .
  • To use dialitika with accent ΅, press SHIFT W or SHIFT " and then the vowel.
  • To actually type ';' (the Greek question mark) and ':' (colon / Διπλή Τελεία) you need to press 'Q' and 'SHIFT-Q' respectively.

I can't see the Greek Characters in the Tests results

 Some Browsers will show odd characters when you hit the "Give me my score" button in the tests. To solve that, in the View menu, click Character Set and then Greek (windows-1253) or Greek (ISO-8859-7).
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Printing pages

 We have developed a separate style for printing for this site. Now your prints will have larger font and look clearer.
Make sure the scale is 100% in your printer. To do that choose Print - Properties - Layout - Scale By (percentage).

Games

The Hangman game does not work, or it shows odd characters

 The hangman game will work perfectly if you are using any modern browser. In some browsers, the Greek Characters might appear as strange symbols, in the text boxes.  To solve that, in the View menu click Character Set and then Greek (windows-1253) or Greek (ISO-8859-7).
  To take advantage of all the features of this web site please download and install the latest version, of the browser that you prefer.

The Word Search games don't work

 The word search games are made with Oracle's Java. If the Word Search games don't work, or they delay, download the latest Java™ from Oracle's web site.

Other

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