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As we mentioned in the first lesson, and will for all subsequent, second only to ‘Hello’, this

Do you speak English? > Μιλάς αγγλικά? > Milás angliká?

should be the first phrase you learn in any language when traveling abroad. It can save a great deal of time and frustration on both parties.

Numbers 1-10

0 > Miden > mee-DEN > Μηδέν

1 > Ena > EN-a > Ένα

2 > Dyo > DEE-o > Δύο

3 > Tria > TREE-a > Τρία

4 > Tessera > TESS-eh-ra > Τέσσερα

5 > Pente > PEN-day > Πέντε

6 > Exi > EX-ee > Έξι

7 > Epta > ef-ta > επτά

8 > Octo > oc-TOH > οκτώ

9 > Ennea > (en-NAY-ah > εννέα

10 > Deka > DEK-a > Δέκα

Every country has some form of numerical addresses from streets to postal areas to quadrants. Imagine shopping or giving a taxi driver an address without knowing numbers? Enough said.

Where can I find a bus/taxi? > Πού μπορώ να βρω ένα λεωφορείο / ταξί; > Poú boró na vro éna leoforeío / taxí?

Where can I find a train/metro? > Πού μπορώ να βρω ένα τρένο / μετρό; > Poú boró na vro éna tréno / metró?

Can you take me to the airport please? > Μπορείς να με πάρει στο αεροδρόμιο παρακαλώ; > Boreís na me párei sto aerodrómio parakaló?

Can you show me on a map how to get there? > Μπορείς να μου δείξει στο χάρτη πώς να πάτε εκεί; > Boreís na mou deíxei sto chárti pós na páte ekeí?

Will you write that down for me? > Θα γράφουν ότι κάτω για μένα; > Tha gráfoun óti káto gia ména?

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