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What's the difference between "και" and "κι"?

For learning: Greek
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    it's the same. Both mean "and". However the common one is the "και".
    You use "κι" more for vocal reasons, if for example the word that follow starts with a vowel .
    The change of course is in the written language because when you speak both of them are heard the same with a little exceptions
    If you are about to choose and you are not sure always choose "και"!

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