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Atheos wrote at 2015-10-13 07:15:22
Hi George.

When substituting Greek letters, Y is UPSILON not (I i) IOTA.



However I (IOTA) goes better phonetically than (Y u) UPSILON.


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George Tzathas

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I will be quite happy to offer help in translating English words to Greek and vice versa. Also pronunciation of Greek words, and modern Greek history.

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I am a native Greek speaker born and bred in Athens. I have been living in an english speaking country for over thirty years, where I studied accounting. Also I have obtained a certificate in Liaison interpreting from The Auckland University of Technology. I have been translating for the Consul of the Hellenic Republic in Auckland for a number of years.

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-Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand -Also I am a member of proz.com translating website http://www.proz.com/pro/

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-Greek High school in Athens Greece -Lower certificate In english from the Greek American Cultural Institute in Greece -Certificate in Liaison interpreting from the Auckland University of Technology -Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand

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