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Ποιος είναι ο Vangelis Moss?‏

Ιδού το ερώτημα: «Ποιος είναι ο Vangelis Moss;»
Κάποια νέα διασημότητα, κάποιο νέο πρόσωπο της show biz;
Κάποιος ιδιοφυής Ελληνοαμερικάνος που μας κάνει περήφανους
με την πετυχημένη καριέρα του;
Μπα, τίποτα από αυτά…!

 η απάντηση….




8 Σχόλια to “Ποιος είναι ο Vangelis Moss?‏”

  1. Χαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχαχα!

    Ο αδερφός της Kate Moss???

  2. This is so funny. If you’ve ever been to Greece you know that this type of thing is common. They spend millions on trying to be European but something as simple as having a correct English translation or even having someone we can understand when they speak English. If they want our British pounds, then speak English. Dead languages like Greek are on the way out!!!

  3. Dear Tzadziki Breath

    I read your response and laughed more than I did when I saw the image above. I would like to inform you that 75% of Greek students have their fist certificate in English Language at the age of 15 and their Proficiency Certificate in English Language at the age of 17-18. This means that a greek student at the age of 18 has the same qualifications in English Languge as a freshman in an English university (as Cambridge and Michigan Universities Claim about the owners of Cambridge and Michigan Proficiency Certificate owners). A majority of the greek young people can talk and write english fluently at the end of their adolesence. Apart from english greek students lear french and german. I wonder how many languages the english students can speak. When I finished school I could communicate perfectly in English and French. You?

    About the millions we spend in order «to be Europeans» you ‘d better consider the millions your people spend to buy property in greek islands. I live in a greek island and I know well about the amount of money spent by english, germans and other europeans. On the other hand I know only 2 greek families that have moved to England, only because their job requested it.

    (to be continued)

  4. (from above)

    Since you have been in Greece and you have not managed to communicate in an island where a lot of the local businessmen dont know english or they only speak a few they have learned by hearing the foreign people talking you can make complains. I wonder if I visit a country village or areas away from the cental England like Scotland and Wales how well I will communicate whith the fluent English I speak. My father, a veteran seaman with 27 years of servise and fluent english speaker couldnt manage it.

    I see you define the greek language as a dead language. Obsiously you ignore the meaning of the term «dead language» :

    (to be continued)

  5. (from above)

    The greek language is Spoken as native language to Greece and Cyprus and is far from dead. Apart from that you can understand the nececity and the contribution of the greek language to you language simply by having a look at google about the greek words used in english language.

    (to be continued)

  6. Finally about the image above, yes we do a lot of mistakes about translation and pronounciation of greek words to english. This image, which shows the Athens metro stations, is fake. The question to the company from the greek parliament and the response can be found here:

    Best Regards
    Kostas, 23
    Skopelos Island

  7. kosta, you need to learn how to spell. And relax. The level of education in Britain is worsening all the time. Let bad breath whine all he likes, Britian is turning into a shit hole. Let them keep their pounds, their stabbings and crappy footbal team…

    Have you been to Manchester or Newcastke or Slough or Bradford or Reading? All kolomeroi as we say. As tous na pa na gamithoune


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