English to Greek Typing
Online English To Greek Typing
This section of our website hindityping.info is dedicated for free Online English to Greek Typing. Here you can write in English and it will automatically get converted or transliterated into Greek Language.
For Example, if you type "Pos eisai" in Greek Conversion box it will be changed automatically to "Πώς είσαι" after pressing "space bar".
About Greek Language
The history of the Greek language as it is currently spoken in Southeastern Europe is lengthy and intricate. Greek is a member of the Indo-European language family, which is a relatively diverse set of tongues. From India to Iceland, this language family contains hundreds of different languages. Indo-European languages include Swedish, Farsi, English, German, and Hindi. There are numerous branches and subbranches within the Indo-European language family. A branch is a collection of languages that have a common ancestor and have a great deal of lexicon and grammatical similarity. For instance, the Indo-European language family's West Germanic branch includes the English language.
Greek of the Mycenaean period was spoken between 1600 and 1200 BC. It is the earliest instance of Greek that has been written down. It was written in Linear B, a form of writing. (Though they were not a Greek-speaking civilisation, the Minoans were the first civilization in Greece to invent writing.) The Mycenaean civilization, which governed Greece at the time, is where this dialect of Greek gets its name. Scholars know less about Mycenaean Greek than subsequent stages of Greek since there are so few inscriptions that have endured to this day. Grammar-wise, we know that there were three more noun declensions in Mycenaean Greek—seven—than there are in the present-day language.
Between 1200 and 300 BC, the ancient Greek language was spoken. Around 800 BC, Greek inhabitants of this era created the first authentic alphabet. This alphabet was a modification of the Phoenician writing system. To indicate vowel sounds, the Greeks added new symbols to the Phoenician writing system. The ancient Greek writing system was the first true alphabet because vowels were added to it. In actuality, the Greek letters alpha and beta, which make up the first two letters of the Greek alphabet, are where we get the word "alphabet" in English.