How English & Other Foreign Loanwords Are Pronounced in Greek

In the past, we’ve seen how Greek loanwords are actually pronounced in Greek. Today, Helinika reveals how Greeks pronounce English and other foreign loanwords. Keep in mind that most of these words have a Greek equivalent – for example, «ασανσέρ» has a Greek synonym named «ανελκυστήρας», while «κομπιούτερ» can also be «υπολογιστής».

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How Greeks Pronounce Foreign Loanwords:

  • Μπέικον
  • Ασανσέρ
  • Γκάλοπ
  • Γκάμα
  • Ίντερνετ
  • Κολεξιόν
  • Καμπάνια
  • Κουλ
  • Κομπιούτερ
  • Μακιγιάζ
  • Λουκ
  • Μάνατζερ
  • Μοντάζ
  • Μανιφέστο
  • Ντιζάιν
  • Ντεκόρ
  • Ντοκιμαντέρ
  • Ρεπόρτερ
  • Ρούτερ
  • Σάιτ
  • Σλόγκαν
  • Σέρβις
  • Σοκ
  • Σούπερ-Μάρκετ
  • Σόρι
  • Στιλ
  • Στοκ
  • Τανκ
  • Φαστ-Φουντ
  • Φορμάτ
  • Χόμπι

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