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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

Negation 2

65 [εξήντα πέντε]

65 [exḗnta pénte]

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Άρνηση 2

[Árnēsē 2]

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Is the ring expensive? Το δ-------- ε---- α-----; Το δαχτυλίδι είναι ακριβό; 0
To d--------- e---- a-----? To dachtylídi eínai akribó?
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No, it costs only one hundred Euros. Όχ-- κ------- μ--- ε---- ε---. Όχι, κοστίζει μόνο εκατό ευρώ. 0
Óc--- k------- m--- e---- e---. Óchi, kostízei móno ekató eurṓ.
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But I have only fifty. Όμ-- έ-- μ--- π------. Όμως έχω μόνο πενήντα. 0
Óm-- é--- m--- p------. Ómōs échō móno penḗnta.
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Are you finished? Εί--- ή-- έ------ / έ-----; Είσαι ήδη έτοιμος / έτοιμη; 0
Eí--- ḗ-- é------ / é-----? Eísai ḗdē étoimos / étoimē?
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No, not yet. Όχ- α----. Όχι ακόμα. 0
Óc-- a----. Óchi akóma.
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But I’ll be finished soon. Αλ-- σ- π--- λ--- θ- ε---- (έ------ / έ-----). Αλλά σε πολύ λίγο θα είμαι (έτοιμος / έτοιμη). 0
Al-- s- p--- l--- t-- e---- (é------ / é-----). Allá se polý lígo tha eímai (étoimos / étoimē).
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Do you want some more soup? Θα ή----- κ-- ά--- σ----; Θα ήθελες και άλλη σούπα; 0
Th- ḗ------ k-- á--- s----? Tha ḗtheles kai állē soúpa?
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No, I don’t want anymore. Όχ-- δ-- θ--- ά--- σ----. Όχι, δεν θέλω άλλη σούπα. 0
Óc--- d-- t---- á--- s----. Óchi, den thélō állē soúpa.
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But another ice cream. Αλ-- έ-- π-----. Αλλά ένα παγωτό. 0
Al-- é-- p-----. Allá éna pagōtó.
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Have you lived here long? Μέ---- κ---- ε--; Μένεις καιρό εδώ; 0
Mé---- k---- e--? Méneis kairó edṓ?
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No, only for a month. Όχ-- μ--- έ--- μ---. Όχι, μόνο έναν μήνα. 0
Óc--- m--- é--- m---. Óchi, móno énan mḗna.
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But I already know a lot of people. Αλ-- έ-- ή-- π------ γ-------. Αλλά έχω ήδη πολλούς γνωστούς. 0
Al-- é--- ḗ-- p------ g-------. Allá échō ḗdē polloús gnōstoús.
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Are you driving home tomorrow? Πα- α---- σ----; Πας αύριο σπίτι; 0
Pa- a---- s----? Pas aúrio spíti?
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No, only on the weekend. Όχ-- τ- σ-------------. Όχι, το σαββατοκύριακο. 0
Óc--- t- s-------------. Óchi, to sabbatokýriako.
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But I will be back on Sunday. Αλ-- τ-- Κ------ κ----- θ- ε--------. Αλλά την Κυριακή κιόλας θα επιστρέψω. 0
Al-- t-- K------ k----- t-- e---------. Allá tēn Kyriakḗ kiólas tha epistrépsō.
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Is your daughter an adult? Έχ-- ε---------- η κ--- σ--; Έχει ενηλικιωθεί η κόρη σου; 0
Éc--- e----------- ē k--- s--? Échei enēlikiōtheí ē kórē sou?
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No, she is only seventeen. Όχ-- ε---- μ---- δ-------. Όχι, είναι μόλις δεκαεπτά. 0
Óc--- e---- m---- d-------. Óchi, eínai mólis dekaeptá.
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But she already has a boyfriend. Αλ-- έ--- ή-- φ---. Αλλά έχει ήδη φίλο. 0
Al-- é---- ḗ-- p----. Allá échei ḗdē phílo.
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