The Greek Language with audio help

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There are a few words that are the same or very similar - pharmacy, toilet, beer, etc. If you only learn a few words well it will be appreciated VERY much. 'Thank you very much' spoken properly goes a very long way. The tour guide will say - Ef Harris Toe - which is a very crude thank you. Learn 'thank you very much' as spoken below and wait and see what happens. If you manage to learn credit card - let me know how.

It is better to know six properly than a dozen badly. The Greek language does not have a 'sh' sound and we do not have the right sound for 'ghala' (milk) but 'gh' is the nearest. It would be a good idea to ask a Greek person to go through them with you. They will be very happy to help. They really do understand how difficult the Greek language can be for us.

PLEASE NOTE - If you are using Windows Media Player do the following :- Click - Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, Windows Media Player, View, Options, Player, and then select - Use the same player. While you are in Options good idea No.2 is to select 'Play' and not 'Repeat forever'. Sorry about this but blame Bill Gates. If you don't do this you will end up with enough media players to support each instrument in the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and probably each note as well -

FOR EVER.


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'thank you.....' 'thank you very much.....' 'good morning.....' 'good afternoon.....'

'good evening.....' 'bicycle...' 'car...' 'taxi...' 'bus...' 'coffee...' 'tea...' 'sugar...'

'wine....' 'credit card.....' 'blanket.....' 'pillow.....' 'hospital.....' 'doctor....' 'left..... 'right....'

'yes.....' 'no......' 'one.....' 'two.....' 'three....' 'hello.....' 'goodbye.....' 'sorry......' 'please...'

'beach...' 'sea... 'water...' 'milk...' 'beer...' 'telephone....' 'toilet...'


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