Greece is a country.
Greece is a member of the European Union.
The people in Greece speak Greek.
The Greek language uses the Greek alphabet.
In Greek, the name of Greece is "Ελλάδα."
My friends took a vacation in Greece some years ago. They loved it. They liked Greek food, they liked the Greek sunshine, and they enjoyed meeting Greeks.
The name "Greece" is pronounced exactly the same way as the word "grease." People make puns (plays on words) using the two words.
Ancient Greece was the cradle of Western civilization. When we are talking about the history and culture we sometimes use two other adjectives, "Grecian" or "Hellenic." They are more dignified and usually refer to historical Greece.
When my friends visited Greece, a Greek guide showed them the famous Grecian ruins of the Acropolis and the Parthenon.
The idea of democracy is one of Hellenic civilization's gifts to the world.
I am going to Greece next month.
what is going hire, not native English speakers correct grammar of a native English speaker?
jonepage, are you really a native English speaker? It doesn't look like you are. Did you study English grammar at school? ;)