ise mounara 14) Would you like to come in for coffee?
mazi to exoume to roloi 9) Could I have a glass or water please… ena nero grigora 10) Could you tell me when the next bus is due?
So after the conference, the Turks decide to copy the Greeks on the return trip and save some money (being clever with money, and all that). When they board the train the 3 Turks cram into a restroom and the 3 Greeks cram into another one nearby. Shortly afterward, one of the Greeks leaves his restroom and walks over to the restroom where the Turks are hiding.
When they get to the station, they buy a single ticket for the return trip. He knocks on the door and says, “Ticket, please.” In a train carriage there were a Greek man, a Turkish man, a spectacular looking blonde and a frightfully awful looking fat lady.
[This must be the first question asked of your child upon their return home after using the family car] To karo mou to kanate ‘vithes’!
The use of the family car: To karo ine ‘orait’ (alright)?
Ma pos tha sou mini kana frango, afou then mazevese katholou sto spiti? (in response to the child’s use of ‘ta pethia tou ___” as an example) Food: Fai pethi mou, fai!