Lets hear it lads and ladettes!
Sorry, thought you were in Cyprus and that this modern day Joanna's was there too.Jenny_Dabber said:It is einie or eivie if you want to get all greek.
Any how, I dunno, not in the country!
Jenny_Dabber said:Gia sou esie kala? Ola einie kala?
Scud, Cypriot is the older version of Greek.
Einai as you spelt it is einie but, however Greek Greek is a modern version of what it used to be. Remember N is written V, M is N, O is P, this can get very complicated! Cypriot Greek is the older version but then again, itâ€™s all Greek to me!
(Gia sou/ yassou )Yassu Jenny, eimai kala efharistoo
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