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Sentence count:263+21 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: greetagreeagree onagree todisagreeagreeableagree withthe greenhouse effectMeaning: [griːk]  n. 1. the Hellenic branch of the Indo-European family of languages 2. a native or inhabitant of Greece. adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Greece or the Greeks. 
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1 When Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war. 
2 When Greek meet Greek, then comes the tug of war. 
3 Odysseus was a legendary Greek hero.
4 How well do you know Greek?
5 Greek warriors took the fortress with little effort.
6 It's all Greek to me.
7 He studies Greek and Roman mythology.
8 He doesn't understand Greek, so I offered to translate.
9 Delta is the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet.
10 Apollo was the Greek god of the arts, prophecy, medicine and light.
11 In Greek mythology, Zeus was the ruler of Gods and men.
12 In Greek mythology, the god Zeus took the form of a swan to seduce Leda.
13 There is a famous Greek myth in which Icarus flew too near to the Sun.
14 He introduced me to a Greek girl at the party.
15 The Greek government today gave the go-ahead for five major road schemes.
16 He had an engagement at a restaurant in Greek Street at eight.
17 I don't speak Greek so Dina offered to translate for me.
18 They copied the designs from those on Greek vases.
19 We stayed on one of the lesser-known Greek islands.
20 The deal is being authored by a Greek diplomat.
21 Her father is descended from Greek royalty.
22 He had a strong Greek nose and olive-black eyes.
23 His poems are sprinkled with quotations from ancient Greek.
24 I had acquired a smattering of Greek.
25 Zeus and Aphrodite were ancient Greek deities.
26 The coastal areas were occupied by the descendants of Greek colonists.
27 By the time she was eight,( she could read Greek and Latin.
28 She was reading a polyglot bible, with the text in English, Latin and Greek.
29 The children enjoyed the stories about the gods and goddesses of Greek and Roman myth.
30 The constellations in the night sky cannot be directly equated with the heroes of Greek mythology.
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