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100 [one hundred]



100 [εκατό]



already – not yet
ήδη – ποτέ μέχρι τώρα
ídi – poté méchri tóra
Have you already been to Berlin?
Έχετε επισκεφτεί ποτέ το Βερολίνο;
Échete episkefteí poté to Verolíno?
No, not yet.
Όχι, ποτέ μέχρι τώρα.
Óchi, poté méchri tóra.
someone – no one
κάποιος – κανείς / κανένας
kápoios – kaneís / kanénas
Do you know someone here?
Ξέρετε κάποιον εδώ;
Xérete kápoion edó?
No, I don’t know anyone here.
Όχι, δεν ξέρω κανέναν εδώ.
Óchi, den xéro kanénan edó.
a little longer – not much longer
ακόμα – όχι πια / πλέον
akóma – óchi pia / pléon
Will you stay here a little longer?
Θα μείνετε πολύ ακόμα εδώ;
Tha meínete polý akóma edó?
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
Όχι, δεν θα μείνω πολύ ακόμη εδώ.
Óchi, den tha meíno polý akómi edó.
something else – nothing else
κάτι ακόμα – τίποτα άλλο
káti akóma – típota állo
Would you like to drink something else?
Θα θέλατε να πιείτε κάτι ακόμα;
Tha thélate na pieíte káti akóma?
No, I don’t want anything else.
Όχι, δε θα ήθελα τίποτα άλλο.
Óchi, de tha íthela típota állo.
something already – nothing yet
ήδη κάτι – τίποτα ακόμα
ídi káti – típota akóma
Have you already eaten something?
Έχετε φάει ήδη κάτι;
Échete fáei ídi káti?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
Όχι, δεν έχω φάει τίποτα ακόμα.
Óchi, den écho fáei típota akóma.
someone else – no one else
κάποιος ακόμα – κανείς άλλος
kápoios akóma – kaneís állos
Does anyone else want a coffee?
Θα ήθελε κάποιος ακόμα καφέ;
Tha íthele kápoios akóma kafé?
No, no one else.
Όχι, κανείς άλλος.
Óchi, kaneís állos.

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