Greek Phrases

Welcome to our seventh lesson about popular Greek phrases. This page will include greetings, questions, emergency and survival expressions, asking for direction, language practice, introducing yourself, holiday wishes, and finally some travel phrases.

Holiday Wishes
Greek
Pronunciation
Happy birthday
χρόνια πολλά
[chronia polla] Audio
Happy new year
ευτυχισμένο το νέο έτος
[eetechismeno to neo etos] Audio
Merry Christmas
καλά χριστούγεννα
[kala christoύyenna] Audio
Good luck
καλή τύχη
[kale tύche] Audio
Congratulations
συγχαρητήρια
[seychareteria] Audio

Travel Phrases
Greek
Pronunciation
I have a reservation (hotel)
έχω κάνει κράτηση
[echo kanei kratese] Audio
Do you have rooms available?
εχετε διαθέσιμα δωμάτια;
[echete thiathesima thomatia;] Audio
I would like a non-smoking room
θα ήθελα ένα δωμάτιο μη καπνιζόντων
[tha ethela ena thomatio me kapnizonton] Audio
What is the charge per night?
ποια είναι η χρέωση ανά διανυκτέρευση;
[poia einai e chreose ana thianektereese;] Audio
Is this seat taken?
εϊναι η αυτή η θέση πιασμένη;
[eϊnai e aete e these piasmene;] Audio
I'm vegetarian
εϊμαι χορτοφάγος
[eϊmai chortofayos] Audio
Waiter
γκαρσόνι/γκαρσόνα
[ykarsoni/ykarsona] Audio
How much is this?
πόσο κοστίζει αυτό;
[poso kostizei aeto;] Audio
This is very expensive
αυτό είναι πολύ ακριβό
[aeto einai polύ akrivo] Audio

I hope you enjoyed this lesson about the phrases in Greek. If you have any question about this lesson please contact me here. The next lesson is below.

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