A brief list of useful Greek travel phrases
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These translations indicate how to say the word phonetically.

yes = NAI
no = OX-I
hello = GI-A
goodbye = SOU
please = PA-RA-KA-LO
thank you = EY-KAR-IS-TO
it is nice to meet you = CHA-RI-KA POU SE I-DA
take me to my hotel = PAR-A ME STO ZE-NO-DO-CHI-O MOU
where is the bathroom = POU EI-NAI TO MA-PA-NI-O
how much does this cost = PO-SO KOS-TI-ZI AY-TO
help = VO-I-THI-A
doctor = IA-TROS
police = A-STI-NO-MI-A
pharmacy = FAR-MA-KI-O
taxi = TA-XI
train = TRE-NO
subway = MET-RO
bus = LE-O-FO-RI-O
street = O-DOS
left = A-RIS-TER-A
right = DEK-SI-A
middle = ME-SI
under = PA-NO
beef = VO-DI-NO
chicken = KO-TO-POU-LO
lamb = AR-NA-KI
fish = PSA-RI
pork = CHO-IR-I-NO
veal = ?
ham = ?
broil = KOCH-LAS-TO
bake = ?
boil = ?
fry = TI-GA-NI-TO
vegetable = LA-HA-NI-KA
salad = SA-LA-TA
bread = PSO-MI
cheese = TI-RI
rice = RI-ZI
potato = PA-TA-TES
soup = SOU-PA
chocolate = SO-KO-LA-TA
dessert = E-PI-DOR-PI-O
coffee = KA-FES
tea = TSAI
milk = GA-LA
beer = M'BY-RA
purified water = A-POS-TAG-ME-NO

Last revision:  September 2, 2003
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