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Re: Do you watch TV?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Mar 21, 2017 5:35 pm

Get Real! wrote:Tzie boses fores emines idian daxi ston Gikko? :)


Εν εμεινα ιδια ταξη ρε μαννουϊ, ποσες φορες να ρωτησεις, ημουν του πρακτικου, ρωτα να μαθεις τι ηταν το πρακτικο, μονο για τους top. :twisted:
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Re: Do you watch TV?

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:12 pm

...lol, pardon me pyro, but to be correct, "top", is not a word in Greek, perhaps, " 'top' ", would be clearer.
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Re: Do you watch TV?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:28 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...lol, pardon me pyro, but to be correct, "top", is not a word in Greek, perhaps, " 'top' ", would be clearer.


It's a borrow up from English RW.
Apologies for writing all these personal things but somehow GRRRboy thought wrong.
Btw do you remember Kikapu? He "went" to the same school a few years earlier. Notice the quotation marks. :wink:
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Re: Do you watch TV?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:05 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:English school mannoui mou "English school". Poy kata ta alla nomizeis oti pianeis poulia ston aera.
You are so plain and unimaginative that you can't even get a simple word play in YOUR OWN language. :lol: :lol: :lol:

So this "ΙνγκΙνγκλου" is in my language eh... :? ...well I'll be damned you learn new things every day here! :lol:

And what other "advanced" words can you share with us, Einstein of the gymnasium? 8)


Fyi I have graduated the Science section of Kykkos ( known as "Praktiko"). As you may well be aware it was rated 2 times higher than your Ing Ingloo in almost all fields especially Mathematics and Physics. I remember we were taught Maths 10 hours a week and in the last year it included 1)Algebra 2)Geometry 3)trigonometry 4)Calculus and 5) something called Geometric analogues.
You basically were learning elementary things.
Oh, our top student won the Toathmasters debate against your Ing Ingloo for 2 consecutive years, which as you know was in English.
Neeeeext!

You can't be serious... only in your severe delusions! :lol:

Gikkos B was just a peasant school for those that weren’t going anywhere after that… so after graduating Gikkos you’d end up on daddy’s little farm or oily workshop. :lol:


I have replied to this but somehow my post got lost.
Kykkos "B" was one generation later in fact that's what my son graduated.
By that time it really degraded, so you are right in what you said.
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