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Verb One I’m = ime – είμαι. You are = ise – είσαι. He/she/it is = ine – είναι. Plural We are = imaste – είμαστε. You are = isaste or iste – είσαστε η είστε. They are = ine – είναι (third person is the same in one or plural). p.s When you speak with someone that you don’t know well, it’s better to speak to him/her in plural (except when you speak about yourself). Plural is the gentle way to speak with someone you don’t know, but if you know him/her it’s not right because you put distance between you and him/her.
Feb 23, 2008 10:16 AM
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Hello., Konstantinos !!! My name is DiaNa ... I love greek language., but i don't know one of Greek word ((( it's so bad !!!! Because my mother is Greek., but she don't speak in greek ... i want to learn greek too much !!!!! i hope., u'll help me =))) thanks a lot =))  
July 11, 2008
Hi, I'm a Mexican guy who's trying to learn Greek, so I would really appreciate your help. I'm an English teacher, so I will send you some material to pick up some Greek vocabulary as my students learn English, in that way it would be easier for me to learn Greek, 
Euxaristo poly!
July 4, 2008
Hi Konstantinos.
I am a poor soul learning Greek alone...
Do you believe ?
Since 2006. I have  a good vocabulary and saw many films in greek.
But I dont speak anithing, yet.
Help me. I know that internet have some audio books, I want to download it.
Have you some?
June 29, 2008
Yes, but remove the s from the end of the names when u talk to him/her/them (see lesson 2).
February 28, 2008
So it would be normal and not weird to say something like "yia sas pappoús, ti kànete;"
February 28, 2008
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