Greek Podcasts Volume 6

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30. February 2010 - Money matters

English Greek Phonetic
the money τα χρήματα ta CHREE-mah-tah (ch as in loch)
the credit card η πιστωτική κάρτα ee piss-toh-tee-KEE KAR-tah
the currency το νόμισμα toh NOH-meez-mah
the bank η τράπεζα ee TRA-peh-zah
the banknote το χαρτονόμισμα to char-to-NOH-meez-mah
to change αλλάζω ah-LAH-zoh
the coin το κέρμα toh KER-mah
the exchange rate η τιμή συναλλάγμοτος ee ti-MEE sin-al-LAG-moh-toss
the pocket money το χαρτζιλίκι toh char-tsee-LEE-kee (ch as in loch)
the traveller's cheque η ταξιδιωτική επιταγή ee taks-ee-thee-oh-tee-KEE eh-pit-ah-YEE
 

29. January 2010 - Expressions of time

English Greek Phonetic
recently πρόσφατα PROSS-fah-tah
then τότε TOH-teh
when πότε POH-teh
now τώρα TOR-ah
afterwards μετά meh-TAH
later αργότερα ar-GHO-teh-rah
soon σύντομα SEEN-toh-mah
always πάντα PAN-tah
never ποτέ poh-TEH
often συχνά sich-NA (ch as in loch)
 

28. December 2009 - Useful nouns

English Greek Phonetic
child το παιδί toh peh-THEE (th as in the)
day η μέρα ee MEH-ra
eye το μάτι toh MA-tee
hand το χέρι toh CHER-ee (ch as in loch)
man Ο άνδρας oh AN-drass
person το άτομο toh AH-toh-moh
time ο καιρός oh ker-OSS
week η εβδομάδα ee ev-tho-MAH-tha (th as in the)
woman η γυναίκα ee yin-EH-kah
world ο κόσμος oh KOS-moss
 

27. November 2009 - Useful adjectives

English Greek Phonetic
big μεγάλος me-GAL-oss (soft g)
small μικρός mee-KROSS
difficult δύσκολος THIS-koh-loss (the as in the)
easy εύκολος EFF-koh-loss
first πρώτος PROH-toss
last τελευταίος teh-leff-TEH-oss
important σημαντικός sih-mah-tee-KOSS
new καινούριος keh-NOO-ree-oss
old παλιός pah-LEE-oss
good καλός ka-LOSS
 

26. October 2009 - Useful verbs

English Greek Phonetic
to be είμαι EE-meh
to be able μπορώ bo-ROH
to do κάνω KA-noh
to have έχω ΕΗ-cho (ch as is loch)
to know ξέρω KSE-roh
to like μου αρέσει ftoh-CHOSS (ch as in loch)
to see βλέπω VLEH-poh
to take παίρνω PER-noh
to tell or say λέω LAY-oh
to want θέλω THEH-loh (th as in theatre)