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Natalie
Γειά σου versus Χαίρετε What is the difference between Γειά σου and Χαίρετε?
Aug 26, 2018 3:59 AM
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Hey Natalie! Let me offer my thoughts. Γεια σου means hello in singular. I mean that if you meet someone you can say γεια σου!. Γεια σας is used for hello again but in plural. When you meet your friends you can say γεια σας. Χαίρετε means γεια σου again but it is a little more formal but you can say it too daily. I hope that was helpful. XXX Alexandra
August 27, 2018
Γεια σου is simple hello in the singular γεια σας in the plural- hello χαίρεται is to greet sb it is more formal than γεια σας we often use γεια σας instead of χαίρεται
August 26, 2018
Natalie
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