“She” in Greek

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


Using the Greek alphabet, it is written as:


(Editor’s note: She in Greek is Afti/ Αυτή but in common day-to-day communication the pronoun (just like “He” 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

She is on her way to the airport.

(Afti) Einai sto dromo gia to aerodromio.

(Αυτή) Eίναι στο δρόμο για το αεροδρόμιο.

She went to her friend’s to study.

(Afti) Pige se mia fili tis na diavasoune.

(Αυτή) Πήγε σε μια φίλη της να διαβάσουνε.

She will be right back.

(Afti) Τha epistrepsei se ligo.

(Αυτή) Θα επιστρέψει σε λίγο.

She arrived.

(Afti) Εftase.

(Αυτή) Έφτασε.

I’ll check if she’s done studying.

(Afti) Tha tsekaro an exei teleiosei to diavasma.

(αυτή) Θα τσεκάρω αν έχει τελειώσει το διάβασμα.

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“She” in Egyptian Arabic

“She” in Tunisian Arabic

“She” in Turkish

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