I'm learning some useful Greek phrases to make my vacation to Greece enjoyable. Here's what I've learned so far.
Hello: Yia sas
Good Bye: Yia sas (I know! It's like aloha, hello and goodbye)
Thank you: Efharisto
You're Welcome: Parakalo
Excuse me: Me sinorhis/Parakalo
Please: Parakalo (How versatile is that parakalo?)
How are you: Ti kanis
I am fine: Ime kala
Cheers: Is iyian
And of course, the tourist standards,
Where is the toilet: 1. Pou ine i toualetes 2. Toualleta
I love you: Saghapo
I think these few phrases are a good start. But I need help translating the most important phrase of all:
What's Greek for Boom Boom Boom let's go back to my room?
I've all ready started practicing my awesome 80s dance moves. All I need now are some white tight pants to complete my ensemble.
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