It is to incorporate Greek into English sentences.
Consider these sentences:
- I'm going to eat some vegetables and κρέας for dinner.
- Κρέας is the σάρξ of animals.
- We go to a μάκελλον to buy κρέας.
- The μάκελλον is one stand or one part of the larger ἀγορά.
- If you are thirsty, you can buy a πόμα to drink.
- People sell many types of πόματα at the ἀγορά.
- The most basic πόμα for human beings is ὕδωρ.
- ὕδωρ from the sky is βροχή.
- ὕδωρ that flows from the mountains to the sea is a called a ποταμός.
- While we speak of one ποταμός, we speak of many ποταμοί.
- The little fast flowing ποταμοί that that start in the mountains are called ῥεύματα.
- While we speak of many ῥεύματα, we speak of one ῥεῦμα.
- If you want to drink ὕδωρ from a ποταμός it is best to ζεῖν it first.
- To ζεῖν the ὕδωρ, you will need to kindle a πῦρ.
- A πῦρ needs something to καεῖν.
- The best thing to καεῖν is ὕλη.
- ὕλη is what a δένδρον is made of.
- So to get ὕλη we could κόπτειν a κλάδος from a δένδρον, but that type of ὕλη is not good to καεῖν because it is not ξηρά.
- ξηρὰ ὕλη will produce very little κάπνος.
- If smoke gets into our ὀφθαλμοί, then we can't see.
- But be careful here, because ὀφθαλμοί is the word we use when we are seeing, but if we talk about the physical organs of our body, we call them ὄμματα.
- For most people, their δεξιὸς ὀφθαλμός is dominant and their ἀριστερός one is weaker.
- But if you are a ἀριστερόχειρ person, then you ἀριστερὸς ὀφθαλμός will probably be dominant.
- A lot of δένδρα together is also called an ὕλη, because we don't really see individual δένδρα, but we know that we can get a lot of ὕλη from it.
- We can ζεῖν the κρέας that we want to eat in ὕδωρ.
- If we want to cook it over the πῦρ and not use ὕδωρ to transfer the θερμότης to the food for cooking, that is not ζεῖν, but ὀπτᾶν.
It's not all Greek, but did you learn any vocabulary?