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Monday at 06:30 PM
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How many emails can you send την ώρα?

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Friday at 05:01 AM
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Γεια σου Μάρθα!


How nice! I hope you will have a great trip!


Stefania

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Martha
Thursday at 02:21 AM
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geia sas, stefania!


thank you for the sentences.


yeah, i'm going to visit greece next summer! :sunglasses: i'm so excited! :smile:

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Wednesday at 02:29 PM
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Hi Martha!


Here are your sentences:


Do you have Wi-Fi? = Έχετε Wi-Fi;

What’s the password, please?” = Ποιος είναι ο κωδικός πρόσβασης;

Yes, we have. = Ναι, έχουμε.

No, we don’t. = Όχι, δεν έχουμε.

The password is… = Ο κωδικός πρόσβασης είναι...


Sounds like you might be visiting Greece soon perhaps?:wink:


Stefania

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Martha
Tuesday at 11:52 PM
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hi everyone!


can you help me out with the question "do you have wi-fi?" and "what's the pass word please?"


and with possible answers, like "yes, we have" or, "no, we don't" and "the password is..."


according to some friends who recently visited greece, a lot of hotels and restaurants have wi-fi. some of them have the pass word on the wall, to everyone be able to see,


thanks a lot

martha

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Wednesday at 08:14 AM
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Hi Joanne,


It's: Συγγνώμη, πόσο κοστίζει η ώρα;


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Stefania

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Joanne
Monday at 10:38 PM
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I heard in the audio.... they said " Excuse me, how much is one hour? " how can I write in Greek? Thank you!

.Ιουστίνα
Thursday at 11:11 PM
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Ευχαριστώ, Στεφανία!

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Thursday at 02:19 PM
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Γεια σου Ιουστίνα,


Using either “η ώρα” or “την ώρα” in that answer, would mean basically the same thing.

It's like saying: "THE hour costs 2 euro" vs "It costs 2 euro PER hour". So both versions would be correct. Or even just "Δύο ευρώ." would be fine.

Since the answer is very laconic (short) without any verbs mentioned, I understand that it is difficult for you to see what exactly is implied here (costs...). If you imagine the verb "κοστίζει" it will all make sense:

"Κοστίζει δύο ευρώ την ώρα."


I hope it is clear now!


Stefania,

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.Ιουστίνα
Wednesday at 06:38 PM
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Παρακαλώ, θα μπορούσες να εξηγείς γιατι είναι στην πρώτη πρόταση άλλα στην δεύτερη;

Would you please explain why it is "η ώρα" in the first sentence but "την ώρα" in the second?


1. Σύγγνώμη, πόσο κοστίζει η ώρα;

2. Δύο ευρώ την ώρα.


Ευχαριστώ!