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Stamatis G. Georgiou

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G11.1) I Athína íne póli. 

G11.2) I Acrópoli tis Athínas íne perífimi.

G11.3) I Kríti íne nisí.

G11.4) I archéa onomasía tis Mitilínis íne Lésvos. 

G11.5) Mathénis mathimatikí ke geografía sti Scholí. 

G11.6) I Afrodíti íne i theá tis agápis.

G11.7) I gramatikí íne dískoli. 

G11.8) Mu arési o musakás, alá den mu arési i retsína. 

G11.9) I Sapfó íne apó ti Mitilíni. 

G13.10.a) 'Echis tin óra? 

G13.10.b) -'Ochi, den écho. 

G13.11.a) 'Iste fititís?

G13.11.b) 'Ochi, íme fitítria.

G13.12.a) 'Iste fitités?

G13.12.b) 'Imaste. 

G13.13.a) O Iisús íche mitéra ti María ke patéra ton Iosíf; 

G13.13.b) i María íche mitéra tin 'Anna ke patéra ton Ioakím.

G13.14) O piitís íne sti scholí. 

G13.15) I Filosofikí Scholí échi fitités ke fitítries. 

G13.16) 'Echi fitités sti Filosofikí Scholí. 

G13.17.a) Kaliméra; 

G13.17.b) 'Ime i daskála sas giá ta eliniká. 

G13.18) Mathénis tis thetikés epistímes sti Scholí thetikón epistimón. 

G13.19) Thetikés epistímes íne i astronomía, i fisikí ke i geología. 

G13.20.a) I Afrodíti ke i Athiná ítan theés stin archéa Eláda; 

G13.20.b) i Afrodíti íche ándra, alá íche ke erastí, ton 'Ari. 

G13.21) Stin archéa Eláda i ándres íchan erastés. 

G13.22) O Socrátis íche erastí ton Alciviádi. 

G15.23.a) Ti óra íne? 

G15.23.b) I óra íne trís. 

G15.24) 'Ine trís pará pénde. 

G15.25) 'Ine téseris ke tétarto. 

G15.26) 'Ine októ ke misí. 

G15.27) 'Ine mesiméri. 

G15.28) To máthima archízi stis éndeka p.m.. 

G15.29) 'Echi 5 fitités sto máthima tis gramatikís. 

G15.30) Gráfo 4 epistolés tin iméra. 

G15.31.a) Ti Deftéra échume máthima geografías ke tin Pémpti échume istoría. 

G15.31.b) Tin Kiriakí den échume máthima. 

G15.32.a) I ebdomáda échi 7 méres. 

G15.32.b) O mínas échi 28 méres i 30 méres i 31 méres, ke kápote 29 méres. 

G15.32.c) O chrónos échi 365 méres, ke kápote 366 méres. 

G15.33.a) Póson chronón íse? 

G15.33.b)'Ime 35 chronón. 

G15.34) I Galía échi protévusa to Parísi. 

G17.35) Xérume tus architéktones tu Parthenóna stin Acrópoli tis Athínas. 

G17.36) Akóma ke i 'Elines xérun ton piití Háns Chrístian 'Andersen. 

G17.37) O 'Aris íche patéra to Día. 

G17.38.a) Vlépete tus psarádes ke tis ginékes stin paralía? 

G17.38.b) Den échun duliá símera giatí íne Kiriakí. 

G17.39) I giagiá xéri to manávi apó paliá. 

G17.40.a) Mu arési o kafés. 

G17.40.b) Píno 3 kafédes prin apó to mesiméri. 

G17.41) I Iatrikí Scholí échi Galídes, Germanídes ke Elinídes fitítries. 

G17.42) To Septémvri archízi i Scholí alá i fitités échun diakopés ton Októvri. 

G17.43) To mína ton diakopón ímaste stin paralía. 

G17.44) O piitís gráfi to píima. 

G20.45) O Socrátis ítan énas perífimos filósofos stin archéa Athína. 

G20.46) To palió kéndro tis Athínas chtístike apó Germanús ke Danús architéktones gíro sta 1840. 

G20.47) O 'Aris ítan o theós tu polému stin archéa Eláda. 

G20.48) O piitís gráfi 2 vivlía káthe 5 mínes. 

G20.49.a) Egó den écho to vivlío tis gramatikís; 

G20.49.b) esí to échis? 

G20.50.a) Mu to dínis? 

G20.50.b) 'Ochi, to écho anági egó. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
G11.1)
I
Athína
íne
póli.
*
The
Athens
is
city
<
Athens is a city.
 
 
 
 
 
 
G11.2)
I
Acrópoli
tis
Athínas
íne
perifimi.
*
The
Acropolis
of-the
Athens
is
fabulous
<
The Athens Acropolis is fabulous.
 
 
 
 
 
G11.3)
I
Kríti
íne
nisí
*
The
Crete
is
island
<
Crete is an island.
 
 
 
 
 
G11.4)
I
archéa
onomasia 
tis
Mitilínis
íne
Lésvos
*
The
ancient
name
of-the
Mitilini
is
Lesvos
<
The ancient name of Mitilini is Lesvos.
 
 
 
 
G11.5)
Mathénis
mathimatikí
ke
geografía
sti
Scholí
 
*
Learn-you (sg.)
mathematics
and
geography
at-the
School
 
<
You learn mathematics and geography at the School.
 
 
 
 
G11.6)
I
Aphrodíti
íne
i
theá
tis
agápis
*
The
Aphrodite
is
the
goddess
of-the
love
<
Aphrodite is the goddess of love.
 
 
 
 
G11.7)
I
grammatikí
íne
dískoli
*
The
grammar
is
difficult
<
Grammar is difficult.
 
 
 
 
G11.8)
Mu
arési
o
musakás
alá
den
mu
arési
i
retsína
*
To-me
likes
the
musakas
but
not
to-me
likes
the
retsina
<
I like musakas, but i don't like retsina.
 
 
 
 
G11.9)
Sapfó
íne
apó
ti
Mitilíni
*
The
Sappho
is
from
the 
Mitilini
<
Sappho is from Mitilini.
 
 
 
 
G13.10.a)
'Echis
tin
óra
*
Have-you (sg.)
the
hour
<
Do you have the time?
 
 
 
 
G13.10.b)
-'Ochi
den
écho
*
No
not
have-I
<
No, I don't.
 
 
 
 
G13.11.a)
'Iste 
fititís?
*
Are-you (sg.)
student (masc.)
<
Are you a male student?
 
 
 
 
G13.11.b)
'Ochi
íme
fititria
*
No
am-I
student (fem.)
<
No, I am a female student.
 
 
 
 
G13.12.a)
'Iste
fitites
*
Are-you (pl.)
students
<
Are you students?
 
 
 
 
G13.12.b)
'Imaste
*
Are-we
<
We are.
 
 
 
 
G13.13.a)
O
Iisús
iche
mitéra
ti
María
ke
patéra
ton
Iosíf
*
The
Jesus
had
mother
the
Maria
and
father
the
Joseph
<
Jesus had Mary as a mother and Joseph as a father;
 
 
 
 
G13.13.b)
i
María
íche
mitéra
tin
'Anna
ke
patéra
ton
Ioakím
*
The
Maria
had
mother
the
Anna
and
father
the
Joakim
<
Mary had Anna as a mother and Joakim as a father.
 
 
 
 
G13.14)
O
piitís
íne
sti
scholí
*
The
poet 
is
at-the
school
 <
The poet is at the school.
 
 
 
 
G13.15)
I
Filosophikí
Scholí
échi
fitités
ke
fitítries
*
The
Philosophical
School
has
students (masc.)
and
students (fem.)
<
The Arts Faculty has male and female students. 
 
 
 
 
G13.16)
'Echi
fitités
sti
Filosofikí
Scholí
*
Has
students
at-the
Philosophical
School
<
There are students at the Arts Faculty. 
 
 
 
 
G13.17.a
Kaliméra
<
Good-morning;
 
 
 
 
 
G13.17.b)
'Ime
i
daskála
sas
gia
ta
eliniká
*
Am-I
the
teacher (fem.)
your
for
the
Greek
<
I am your Greek teacher.
 
 
 
 
 
G13.18)
Mathénis
tis
thetikés
epistímes
sti
scholí
thetikón
epistimón
*
Learn-you
the
positive
sciences
at-the
school
positive
sciences
<
You study science in the Faculty of Science.
 
 
 
 
 
G13.19)
Thetikés
epistímes
íne
i
astronomía
i
fisikí
ke
i
geología
*
Positive
sciences
are
the
astronomy
the
physics
and
the
geology
<
Astronomy, physics and geology are sciences.
 
 
 
 
 
G13.20.a)
I
Afrodíti
ke
i
Athiná
ítan 
theés
stin
archéa
Eláda
*
The
Aphrodite
and
the
Athena
were
goddesses
in-the
ancient
Greece
<
Aphrodite and Athena were goddesses in ancient Greece.
 
 
 
 
 
G13.20.b)
I
Afrodíti
íche
ándra
alá
íche
ke
erastí
ton
'Ari
*
The
Aphrodite
had
husband
but
had
and
lover
the
Ares
<
Aphrodite had a husband, but she also had a lover, Ares.
 
 
 
 
 
G13.21)
Stin
archéa
Eláda
i
ándres
íchan
erastés
*
In-the
ancient
Greece
the
men
had
(male) lovers
<
In ancient Greece men had (male) lovers.
 
 
 

 
 
G13.22)
O
Socrátis
íche
erastí
ton
Alciviádi
*
The
Socrates
had
lover
the
Alcibiades
<
Socrates had Alcibiades as a lover.

 
 
 
 
 
G15.23.a)
Ti
óra
íne
*
What
hour
is
<
What time is it?
 
 
 
 
 
G15.23.b)
I
óra
íne
trís
*
The
hour
is
three
<
It is three o'clock. 
 
 
 
 
 
G15.24)
'Ine
trís
pará
pénde
*
Is
three
minus
five
<
It is five to three. 
 
 
 
 
 
G15.25)
'Ine
téseris
ke
tétarto
*
Is
four
and
quarter
<
It is quarter past four.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.26)
'Ine
októ
ke
misí
*
Is
eight
and
half
<
It is half past eight.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.27)
'Ine
mesiméri
*
Is
noon
<
It is noon.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.28)
To
máthima
archízi
stis
éndeka
p.m.
*
The
class
starts
at-the
eleven
a.m.
<
The class starts at eleven a.m..
 
 
 
 
 
G15.29)
'Echi
5
fitités
sto
máthima
tis
gramatikís
*
Has
5
students
in-the
class
of-the
grammar
<
There are five students in the grammar class.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.30)
Gráfo
4
epistolés
tin
iméra
*
Write-I
4
letters
the
day
<
I write four letters a day.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.31.a)
Ti
Deftéra
échume
máthima
geografías
ke
tin
Pémpti
échume
istoría
*
The
Monday
have-we
class
geography
and
the
Thursday
have-we
history
<
On Monday we have a geography class and on Thursday we have history.
 
 
 
 
G15.31.b)
Tin
Kiriakí
den
échume
máthima
*
The
Sunday
not
have-we
class
<
On Sunday we do not have class.
 
 
 
 
G15.32.a)
I
ebdomáda
échi
7
iméres
<
The
week
has
seven
days.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.32.b)
O
mínas
échi
28
méres
i
30
méres
i
31
méres
ke
kapote
29
méres
<
The
month
has 
28
days
or
30
days
or
31
days
and
sometimes
29
days.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.32.c)
O
chrónos
échi
365
méres
ke
kápote
366
méres
<
The
year
has
365
days
and
sometimes
366
days.
 
 
 
 
 
G15.33.a)
Póson
chronón
íse
*
How-many
years
are-you
<
How old are you?
 
 
 
 
G15.33.b)
'Ime
35
chronón
*
Am-I
35
years
<
I am 35 years old.
 
 
 
 
G15.34)
I
Galía
échi
protévusa
to
Parísi
*
The
France
has
capital
the
Paris
<
The capital of France is Paris.
 
 
 
 
G17.35)
Xérume
tus
architéktones
tu
Parthenóna
stin
Acrópoli
tis
Athínas
*
Know-we
the
architects
of-the
Parthenon
in-the
Acropolis
of-the
Athens
<
We know the architects of the Parthenon in the Acropolis in Athens.
 
 
 
 
G17.36)
Akóma
ke
i
'Elines
xérun
ton
piití
Háns
Chrístian
'Andersen
*
Even
and
the 
Greeks
know
the
poet
Hans
Christian
Andersen
<
Even the Greeks know the poet Hans Christian Andersen.
 
 
 
 
 
G17.37)
O
'Aris
íche
patéra
to 
Día
*
The
Ares
had
father
the
Zeus
<
Ares had Zeus as a father.
 
 
 
 
 
G17.38.a)
Vlépete
tús
psarádes
ke
tis
ginékes
stin
paralía?
*
See-you
the
fishermen
and
the
women
on-the
beach
<
Do you see the fishermen and the women on the beach?
 
 
 
 
G17.38.b)
Den
échun
duliá
símera
giatí
íne
Kiriakí
*
Not
have-they
work
today
because
is-it
Sunday
<
They are not working today because it is Sunday.
 
 
 
 
G17.39)
I
giagiá
xéri
to
manávi
apó
paliá
*
The
grandmother
knows
the
grocer
from
old (times)
<
Grandmother has known the grocer for a long time.
 
 
 
 
G17.40.a)
arési
o
kafés
*
To-me
likes
the
coffee
<
I like coffee.
 
 
 
 
G17.40.b)
Píno
3
kafédes
prín
apó
to
mesiméri
*
Drink-I
3
coffee (pl.)
before
from
the
noon
<
I drink three cups of coffee before noon.
 
 
 
 
G17.41)
I
Iatrikí
Scholí
échi
Galídes
Germanídes
ke
Elinídes
fititries
<
The
Medical
School
has
French,
German
and
Greek
female students.
 
 
 
 
G17.42)
Ton
Septémvri
archízi
i
Scholí
alá
i
fitités
échun
diakopés
ton
Októvri
*
The
September
begins
the
School
but
the
students
have
holidays
the
October
<
The School begins in September but the students have a holiday in October.
 
 
 
 
G17.43)
To
mína
ton
diakopón
ímaste
stin
paralía
*
The
month
of-the
holidays
are-we
on-the
beach
<
We spend the holiday month by the sea.
 
 
 
 
G17.44)
O
piitís
gráfi
to
píima
<
The
poet
is writing
the
poem.
 
 
 
 
G20.45)
O
Socrátis
ítan
énas
perífimos
filósofos
stin
archéa
Athína
*
The
Socrates
was
a
famous
philosopher
in-the
ancient
Athens
<
Socrates was a famous philosopher in ancient Athens.
 
 
 
 
 
G20.46)
To
palió
kéndro
tis
Athínas
chtístike
apo
Germanús
ke
Danús
architéktones
gíro
sta
1840
*
The
old
center
of-the
Athens
built-was
by
German
and
Danish
architects
around
at-the
1840
<
The old city center of Athens was built by German and Danish architects around 1840.
 
 
 
 
G20.47)
O
'Aris
ítan
o
theós
tu
polému
stin
archéa
Eláda
*
The
Ares
was
the
god
of-the
war
in-the
ancient
Greece
<
Ares was the god of war in ancient Greece.
 
 
 
 
 
G20.48)
O
piitís
gráfi
2
vivlía
káthe
5
mínes
<
The
poet
writes
two
books
every
five
months.
 
 
 
 
G20.49.a)
Egó
den
écho
to
vivlío
tis
gramatikís
*
I
not
have
the
book
of-the
grammar
<
I do not have the grammar book.
 
 
 
 
 
G20.49.b)
esí
to
échis
*
You
it
have-you
<
Do you have it?
 
 
 
 
G20.50.a)
Mu
to
dínis
*
To-me
it
give-you
<
Can you give it to me? 
 
 
 
 
G20.50.b)
'Ochi
to
écho
anági
egó
*
No
it
have-I
need (noun)
I
<
No, I need it myself.
 
 


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