Greek Alphabet (Ελληνικό αλφάβητο)
The Greek alphabet has been used since the 8th century BC ,
The alphabet has 24 letters starting from alpha to omega
It was developed from the Phoenician alphabet and is the ancestor of many European and Middle Eastern scripts.
Greek letters are used today in science and mathematics
The lower case Greek letters are used more often than the upper case letters.
Physics for example the letter lambda λ to represent wavelength.
Omega Ω is used to represent electrical resistance in ohms.
Sigma Σ to represent a sum
Theta θ very often used, usually for an angle
Another common use is for the Greek capital letter sigma Σ to represent a sum
The most famous is probably Π pi a mathematical constant (3.14159265...)
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Some useful Greek words and phrases
Yes - Neh
No - OXee
I don’t understand - Dhehn kahtahlahvehno
Do you speak English- Meelahteh ahnggleekah
Hello/Goodbye - Yiassou
Thank you - Efhareesto
No thank you - OXee efhareesto
Good evening - Kalee spaira
Good night - Kalee neeXta
Cheers - Yammas
How much - Poso Kani
The small change (coins)- Ee pseel
For you - Ya senna
A beer - Meea beera
Tea - Tasi
Coffee - Kafe
From the barrel - Apo teen varella
Keep the change - Krateesteh ta resta
Where is? - poo eena?
The post office - Oh taXeethromeeo
The bank - Ee trapeza
The table - To trapezi
The car - Oh avtokeeneeto
The bus - Oh leeoforeeo
The Doctor - Oh Yatdros
The meal was very nice - To fageeto eetan polee kalo
The bill please - To logareeasmo parakalo
I didn't understand - Dhen katalova
I understood - Katalova
The toilet - Ee tooaletta
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