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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Wednesday at 05:54 AM
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Hi Nathan,


I'm glad you like Greek so much!


As for your question about υ and φ, the first letter is a vowel that sounds like /i/ and the second a consonant that sounds like /f/. We wouldn't use υ instead of φ just like in English you wouldn't use "y" instead of "f". They are two completely different letters.


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Stefania

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Nathan
Monday at 10:02 PM
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Why in greek they use υ instead of φ?👍

Nathan
Monday at 09:56 PM
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I like to watch greekpod101.com

First is Α & Μ

Θεν Τ & Ι

Κ & Ο

Ανδ σο ον😅


Ναθαν
Monday at 09:50 PM
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❤️️Me favorite language is greek❤️️


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Friday at 01:40 PM
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Hi Kristie,


Παρακαλώ can both mean "you're welcome" and "please" so you are reading this correctly. In addition, "please" may also be followed by a weak personal pronoun, for example, σε παρακαλώ or σας παρακαλώ. So don't forget that!


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Stefania

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Kristie
Sunday at 12:39 PM
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It seems that the spelling for please and You are welcome are the same in Greek. Am I reading this correctly? Parakalo.

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Thursday at 06:06 AM
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Hi Maria,


Thank you for contacting us.


The survival phrases series is one of the oldest ones we produced. Back then we hadn't standardized our romanization system so you might see a lot of inconsistencies throughout the series. Since then we've standardized the romanization to a more phonetic system to help with pronunciation, so in more recent series and lessons, you'll see aftó and not avtó.


Thank you in advance for your understanding and if you ever have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to leave us a message again.


Kind regards,


Stefania

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Maria
Wednesday at 05:16 AM
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The letter "Υ,υ" (ύψιλον) in latin alphabet is "Y,u". So the word Αυτό is Autò, and no Avtò, or to help in pronunciation is better Aftò

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Wednesday at 06:38 AM
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Hi John,


Thank you for commenting!


I hope you'll enjoy the rest of the series too😄


All the best,


Stefania

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John
Monday at 06:15 PM
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Love this