Greek Cypriot – Tha borusa na ekho to loghargh’asmo?
How do you say please in Cyprus?
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Can I have the bill Greek?
A formula, perhaps more polite and kind in modern Greek than “The bill, please”, which we suggest is: “Μπορώ να έχω τον λογαριασμό, παρακαλώ;” pronounced “Borò na echo ton logariasmo, parakalo?” and that means “could I have the bill, please?”
How do you say please and thank you in Cyprus?
Yes: evet. No: hayir (higher) Please: lutfen. Thanks: Teshek-kur edirim.
How do you say thank you in Cypriot?
Cypriots like to say thank you in many different ways, ‘teşekkür ederim‘ is used for almost every occasion. Locals like to give a gift back to say thank you.
What is hello in Cypriot?
The verbal greeting among Greek Cypriots is “Yiasoo” (Hello), whilst the Turkish greeting is “Merhaba” or “Salam” (Hello).
How do you ask for the bill in Cyprus?
‘Can I have the bill please?’
Turkish Cypriot – Hesabi alabilir miyim, lutfen?
How do you say good night in Cypriot?
Good morning: gunaydun. Good evening: iyi akshamlar. Good night: iyi gejeler. See you: gurushurooz.
Who owns Cyprus?
The Republic of Cyprus has de jure sovereignty over the entire island, including its territorial waters and exclusive economic zone, with the exception of the Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, which remain under the UK’s control according to the London and Zürich Agreements.