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There are many ways you can invite people to talk about something while drinking:
- Ας πιούμε κάνα ουζάκι/κρασάκι για να το συζητήσουμε.
Let's drink some ouzo/wine to talk about it.
- Έλα σπίτι για κάνα ουζάκι/κρασάκι και το συζητάμε.
Come home for some ouzo/wine and we'll talk about it.
-Πάμε για κάνα ουζάκι/κρασάκι και το συζητάμε (αυτό το θέμα).
Let's go for some ouzo/wine and we'll talk about it.
- Ας το συζητήσουμε με κάνα ουζάκι/κρασάκι.
Let's talk about it with some ouzo/wine.
The diminutive forms ουζάκι/κρασάκι make the tone more friendly and also imply a small quantity. For larger quantities, the plural diminutive forms could be used instead: ουζάκια/κρασάκια but instead of κάνα, μερικά would be used instead.
Can you please tell us how to say "Lass uns das (die Angelegenheit) bei einem Glas Ouzo/Wein besprechen." meaning "Let us talk about this (matter/subject) with some Ouzo/wine.", please?
In other words: how do Greek people say when they invite somebody to talk about something while drinking some ouzo/wine, please?
I wish your whole team a wonderful afternoon!
Those are great suggestions!
1. See you. = Τα λέμε.
2. Have a good weekend. = Καλό Σαββατοκύριακο.
3. I'm sick. = Είμαι άρρωστος (male)/άρρωστη (female).
4. I'm hungry. = Πεινάω.
5. I'm thirsty. = Διψάω.
6. Very good/So great. = Πολύ καλά. (but depending on the context this might have to be different)
I hope these help!
All the best,
2.Have good weekend
6.Very good or So great
Thankyou so much :)
You can say:
Είμαι από την Ταϊβάν. I'm from Taiwan.
Δεν ξέρω. I don't know.
Τα λέμε μετά. Talk to you later.
How do you say "I'm from Taiwan", "I don't know", and "Talk to you later" in Greek?
You can download these posters directly from Facebook by clicking on the image, then on "Options," and then on "Download."
See here: https://screencast.com/t/M2AUcFbGCD7I
I hope this helps.