By Aristarhos Matsukas
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Apo’THó] [o kírios yiánis mávros] [ke i kiría maría papá]. This is John. (lit. the John) Here are George and Mary. Here are James and Joanna. This is Mr John Mavros (lit. John Black) and Mrs Mary Papa (lit. Mary Priest). e. [o yiánis] ɍ ȞɇəɋɋɄɑ (lit. the John) and not simply [yiánis]. From the very last example you realize that even in Greek as in many other languages, you have last names meaning colours, professions, etc.
Different forms [íme apó] [ton póro]. ȵʀʅɲɿ ɲʋʊ ʏʉʆ Ʌʊʌʉ. I’m from Poros (island). [íme apó] [tin pátra]. ȵʀʅɲɿ ɲʋʊ ʏɻʆ Ʌɳʏʌɲ. I’m from Patras (city). [íme apó] [to náfplio]. ȵʀʅɲɿ ɲʋʊ ʏʉ Ɂɲʑʋʄɿʉ. I’m from Nafplio (town). [ton] ʏʉʆ (m/sing) [tin] ʏɻʆ (f/sing) [to] ʏʉ (n/sing) If you add the [s] from [se] at the beginning of these words you can use them with the word [méno] I live. Some examples: [méno] [ston póro]. [méno] [stin pátra]. [méno] [sto náfplio]. ɀɹʆʘ ʍʏʉʆ Ʌʊʌʉ. ɀɹʆʘ ʍʏɻʆ Ʌɳʏʌɲ. ɀɹʆʘ ʍʏʉ Ɂɲʑʋʄɿʉ.
Even if you don’t speak the language, knowing a few words of greetings, thanks or apologies will make you feel so much better in Greece and the Greeks will be delighted. And knowing some basic similarities or differences in social courtesies – when to shake hands, how to introduce people – can actually make all the difference. [yia], [yiásoo] or [yiásas] are the most commonly heard greetings in Greece. They are used throughout the day. The ﬁrst two are informal and used for children and young adults together, whereas the last one is used when addressing adults or older people.