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GREEK LANGUAGE

 ALPHABET

Α

α alpha (a as in dart) Ν ν ni ( n in net and i in lit)

Β

β

vita (v as in van)

Ξ

ξ

ksi (as x in tax and i in lit)

Γ

γ

ghama (as y in yellow)

Ο

ο

omikron (as o in pot)

Δ

δ

dhelta (as th in this)

Π

π

pi (as p in past and i in lit)

Ε

ε

epsilon (as e in let)

Ρ

ρ

ro (as r in rain)

Ζ

ζ

zita (as z in zone)

Σ

σ,ς 

sighma (as s in stone)

Η

η

ita (as in in lit)

Τ

τ

taf (as t in time)

Θ

θ

thita (as th in theatre)

Υ

υ

ipsilon (as i in lit)

Ι

ι

yiota (as i in lit)

Φ

φ

fi (as f in fan and i in lit)

Κ

κ

Kappa (as k in keep)

Χ

χ

hi (as h in hat and i in lit)

Λ

λ

lamda (as l in lemon)

Ψ

ψ

psi (as ps in eclipse and i in lit)

Μ

μ

mi (as m in man and i in lit)

Ω

ω

omegha (as o in pot)

 It is always useful to know just a few words of a foreign language. Although English is widely spoken in Tolo, you will still find people who only speak Greek . Taking the time to learn a little vocabulary can be very useful and also indicates that you have a deeper interest in the country and it's people.

Yes

 Néh

Wednesday

 Tetárti

No

 Óhi

Thursday

 Pémpti

Hello

 Yiásou/Yiasas

Friday

 Paraskeví

Goodbye

 Andío sas

Saturday

 Sábato

Please

 Parakaló

Sunday

 Kiriakí

Thank you

 Efharistó

One

 Éna

My name is …

 Meh léne

Two

 Dhío

How are you?

 Ti kánis/ti kánete?

Three

 Trís/tria

I’m very well

 Kalá ímeh

Four

 Téseres/tésera

I feel ill

 Ímeh arostos

Five

 Pénde

How much does it cost?

 Póso káni?

Six

 Éksi

Do you speak English?

 Miláte anglika?

Seven

 Eftá

I don’t understand

 Dhen katalavéno

Eight

 Okhtó

Cheers

 Yiamas

Nine

 Enneá

Where is …?

 Pou ine …?

Ten

 Dhéka

Entrance

 Issodos

Twenty

 Íkosi

Exit

 Exodos

Thirty

 Triánda

Open

 Aniktó

Forty

 Saránda

Closed

 Klistó

Fifty

 Penínda

Toilets

 Toualétes

Sixty

 Eksínda

Doctor

 Iatrós

Seventy

 Evdhomínda

Hotel

 Ksenodohío

Eighty

 Ogdhónda

Restaurant

 Estiatorio/taverna

Ninety

 Enenínda

Beer

 Bira

One Hundred

 Ekató

Wine

 Krasi

One Thousand

 Hílies

Menu

 Kataloghos

 

 

Today

 Símera

 

 

Tomorrow

 Ávrio

 

 

Monday

 Deftéra

 

 

Tuesday

 Tríti

 

 

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Direct  dialing code

2752 0

Local council

2752 0 59259

Local doctor

2752 0 59724

Police station

2752 0 59202

Fire Brigade

2752 0 22199

Port Police

2752 0 59335

Nafplion Hospital

2752 0 27309

Post Office

2752 0 59460

Nafplion Bus Station

2752 0 27323

Railway Station

2752 0 24600