“He” in Greek

In Greek, “He” (the pronoun) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Greek alphabet, it is written as:


(Editor’s note: He in Greek is Aftos / Αυτός but in common day-to-day communication the pronoun (just like “She” in Greek) is omitted. The pronoun is used more commonly when a communicator wishes to emphasize someone in a statement.)

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Examples in sentences or statements

He is here.

(Aftos) Einai edo.

(Αυτός) Eίναι εδώ.

Is he here yet?

(aftos) Exei erthei?

(αυτός) Έχει έρθει?

He called for you.

(Aftos) Se pire tilefono.

(Αυτός) Σε πήρε τηλέφωνο.

He said he’ll be right back.

(Aftos) Εipe oti tha epistrepsei se ligo.

(Αυτός) Είπε ότι θα επιστρέψει σε λίγο.

He went to the front to pay.

(Aftos) Pige sto tameio na plirosei.

(Αυτός) Πήγε στο ταμείο να πληρώσει.

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