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How to Say "Where Is the Bathroom" in Greek

Learn how to say "where is the bathroom" in Greek with this Howcast video.

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How to say, where is the bathroom in Greek. Where is the bathroom? Pou e-ne e tou-a-le-ta? Where is the bathroom? Pou e-ne e tou-a-le-ta? Now, you try. You can also say, where is the lady's room? Pou e-ne e e-thou-sa ke-re-es? Where is the lady's room? P ou e-ne e e-thou-sa ke-re-es? Now, you try. That was the formal, proper way of asking for the lady's room. If you wanted to ask for the men's room, you would say, pou e-ne e e-thou-sa ton an-dron? Where is the mens' room? Pou e-ne e e-thou-sa ton an-dron? Now, you try. You can also say, pou e-ne to ba-nio sas? Where is the bathroom? Pou e-ne to ba-nio sas? Where is the bathroom? Now, you try. Pou e-ne to ba-nio sas is the most common way to ask for, where is the bathroom? You can also say, can I use your bathroom? Bo-ro na xree-see-mo-pee-eso to ba-nio sas? Can I use your bathroom? Bo-ro na xree-see-mo-pee-eso to ba-nio sas? Now, you try. You can also say, can I use your toilet? Bo-ro na xree-see-mo-pee-e-so teen tou-a-le-ta sas? Can I use your toilet? Bo-ro na xree-see-mo-pee-e-so teen tou-a-le-ta sas? Now, you try. And that's how to say, where is the bathroom in Greek.

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