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Old 20.04.2010, 21:20
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Any Greek on the forum?

Hello, is there any greek on the forum? Iwould like some information from greek people who live in Switzerland...
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Old 20.04.2010, 21:21
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

Hi Vazele,

I am Greek…let's see if I can help you.

Welcome to the forum!
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Old 20.04.2010, 21:22
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

Hi can we talk in greek?
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Old 20.04.2010, 21:23
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we can but maybe privately …pm me
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Old 22.04.2010, 22:46
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

ela vazele,

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Old 22.04.2010, 23:25
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

Hi

Cypriot but close enough To perimeno to pm akoma
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Old 22.04.2010, 23:27
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

I was prepared to help... until I saw the avatar...
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Old 22.04.2010, 23:49
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

lol @ db!

another greek here...
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Old 22.04.2010, 23:57
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

I can cope with English, I can, with the aid of my dictionary, cope with the Greek, but the txtspk is way beyond me. English please, lads and lasses - or at least give a nice neat translation.
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Old 23.04.2010, 00:00
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

Μην ξεχάσετε να μας δώσει μια καλή εισαγωγή!

Do not forget to give us a good introduction!
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Old 23.04.2010, 00:11
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

hello vazelos, part of my extended family is from Ioannina. I hope to go there this summer...I don't speak greek, only dirty words. That's probably not what you are looking for so good luck with your quest
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Old 23.04.2010, 10:31
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

It's all Hellenic to me
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:23
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jrspet, i need some information about the level of studies in Switzerland and the cost of living. Also if someone can tell me anything about St Gallen because is the place that i'm most interested in

jj muge, come to Ioannina is a very nice place. The whole area around Ioannina is very beautiful and interesting. You can go as well for swimming in Preveza or Syvota, these two areas are close.

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Old 23.04.2010, 12:32
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

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jrspet, i need some information about the level of studies in Switzerland and the cost of living. Also if someone can tell me anything about St Gallen because is the place that i'm most interested in
I believe all your questions sound pretty normal for a (potential) new arriver - so most probably somebody has asked them before... if you use the search button in the top right corner, you will find tons of info on the costs of living and pretty much everything about studying as well.
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:37
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Thank you Treverus i will check it!
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:40
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Το Χόβερκράφτ μου είναι γεμάτο χέλια!
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:47
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

That was very helpful!!!
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:51
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It would be if it was a little more yellow...
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Re: Any Greek on the forum?

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Hello, is there any greek on the forum? Iwould like some information from greek people who live in Switzerland...
What are you racist or something?
What is wrong with the non Greek?
Is it because we have your balls in the UK?
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Old 23.04.2010, 12:57
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What are you racist or something?
What is wrong with the non Greek?
Perhaps because many of the questions he would like to ask would make more sense to a fellow Greek than anyone else? Or because he'd like to send and receive PMs in his own language? Or because he has met some English people of Swiss descent and decided that they're just trolling for lulz?

This question has been raised before, and it turned into a pointless argument that time, too...
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