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Saturday at 06:30 PM
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So as never to lose the bus, don´t hesitate to ask:

Τι ώρα φεύγει το λεωφορείο;

(Ti óra févgi to leoforío?)

 

What time does the bus leave?

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Tuesday at 08:57 AM
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Hi Alain,


Yes, one noun is in the singular and the other is in the plural. The sentences are simply unrelated.


Cheers!


Stefania

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Alain Côté
Monday at 05:32 AM
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Sorry! I just noticed that one is singular and the other is plural!

Alain Côté
Monday at 05:30 AM
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Hello,


I have a short question on the different use of the word for "shops" or "stores" in the example sentences. "Τhe shops open at nine" is shown as Τα μαγαζιά ανοίγουν στις εννέα, whereas "the shops close at 8 every day" is shown as Τα μαγαζί κλείνει στις 20:00 κάθε μέρα. Can you expain why in one case it is Τα μαγαζιά and in the other it is Τα μαγαζί?


Thanks!