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Below, we leave the speech to some well known scholars, lovers of the Greek language as it is reffered in the following webpage http://www.greatlie.com/ellinismos/elliniki-grammateia/483-ti-eipan-oi-ksenoi-gia-tin-elliniki-glossa.html

MariannE McDonald,professor of the University of California and head of the TLG (Thesaurus Linguae Graecae) has declared: “The knowledge of the Greek language is an indispensable foundation for someone who wishes to achieve a high cultural level”.

he American writer Helen Keller has said “If the violin is the most perfect musical instrument, the Greek language is the violin of the human thought”

Marcus Tullius Cicero has said “If the Gods speak, they will surely use the language of the Greeks”

Jacqueline de Romilly: “All the world should know Greek because the Greek language helps us, beyond everything else, to understand our own language

Luis José Navarro (professor of the Greek language and classical philologist) “The Greek language for me is a cosmogony. It is not just a language…”

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