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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Eυχαριστώ Πάρα πολύ (Efharisto para poli) for listening to GreekPod101.com
Want to know what it means? Check out the lesson!

Saturday at 11:54 am
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Hi Stephen,

You can check out this video lesson for the informal and formal way to say “thank you very much”:
https://www.greekpod101.com/lesson/learn-greek-in-three-minutes-2-greek-manners/

Kind regards,

Stefania
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Stephen
Saturday at 7:47 am
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Oh and how would you spell and prounounce it in an informal way

Stephen
Saturday at 7:40 am
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How would you spell
“Thank you very much” in Greek
Could you also give pronunciation

Friday at 9:01 am
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Hi Milica,

Thank you for contacting us and for reporting the inconsistency.

I understand your confusion. It seems that the transcript has the correct information (I’m afraid we can’t correct the audio at this point) so please use the lesson notes as a reference. Σας is the object and ευχαριστώ is the verb. Although, there might be cases where ευχαριστώ is used as a neuter noun: το ευχαριστώ. However, in this lesson, this is not the case.

I hope this clears out any confusion. If you have any more questions, let me know!

Kind regards,

Stefania
Team GreekPod101.com

Milica
Friday at 12:07 am
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Hi! I love this site so much!
I am a bit confused with this sentence ‘’In Greek, there are other ways to express one’s gratitude, but they are all variations using Efharistó, which is a verb, and the object Sas, which make a more formal “thank you very much.”‘’ In transcript is written that Efharisto is a verb and it audio I heard it is a noun. Also, in the transcript is written that Sas is the object and in audio, I heard that is a subject.
What is correct?
Thank you!😄

Friday at 7:23 pm
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Hi mel,

We’re glad to hear that you found our lessons fun!

Hope you like the rest of our series.😉

Sincerely,
Cristiane
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Friday at 4:47 am
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This is so fun👍

Friday at 11:03 am
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Hi Sophia,

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

The quiz was marking “Ευχαριστώ” wrong for some reason but I have fixed it now. Could you please try typing “Ευχαριστώ” (not Ευχαριοτώ like you typed in your message) to see if it’s working for you?

Thank you,

Stefania
Team GreekPod101.com

Sophia
Wednesday at 1:52 pm
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The test grades improperly. I answered “Thank you ” as “Ευχαριοτώ” and it was marked wrong.

Thursday at 8:44 am
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Hi Catharina,

Thank you for posting!
If you have questions, feel free to let us know.

Sincerely,
Ofelia
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