Greece my love (translation) γιατί μου λείπει Λευκάδα

Today I decided to write a post to Thankyou all for visiting my blog and for the fact that I have received 1000 likes! I am also happy that I have been nominated for a mystery blogger award and for the fact that I have been asked for a written interview in a fb group I am part of.

As it’s April fools day as a joke I wrote this entirely on google translate to show that you shouldn’t do this and also why I don’t write in Greek. For those of you that can understand this, how is google doing?

Thankyou for the replies on this. I know it’s not an exact transcript above but it’s almost perfect. Here is the link to the original article:- April fools!

Now for some editorial comments.

It would seem that I was incorrect in my assumption that posting every day for 8 days was what was causing my ratings to rise. It would seem that in fact I need to write in Greek to engage your curiosity. Comments will come from a couple of people who are really interested in my blog but mostly it’s just likes which I’m quite happy to receive.

So here goes Μου λείπεις η λεφκαδα. Λοιπόν θα επισκεφθω πολύ σύντομα.

Or Lefkada is missing from me ( I miss Lefkás) so I will visit very soon.

I wish you all the help you need in your language journeys.

Angela

Comments

4 comments on “Greece my love (translation) γιατί μου λείπει Λευκάδα”
  1. ilonapulianauskaite says:

    Felicitations!!!🤗🌈

    Like

  2. huguetta says:

    Congratulations for all the accomplishments, it’s always great to see progress! Wish you more success 🙂
    Using the Greek language is nice and new and the Greek letters are artistic 
    About the ratings, I believe that you should discover what your readers like the most (I mean if this is important to you) after all, it’s your blog, but from the things I read in Christian blog, sometimes we only write for one person, we need to know our readers…
    Oh as I still remember your post about Google translate, we certainly can’t relate on it for languages other than English, I can tell you that sometimes from Arabic it’s a disaster and sometimes it’s good, but you can’t depend on it, just as we said before a rough idea
    Thank you for sharing 🙂

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    1. Thanks for always taking the time to read and reply to my posts. It’s much appreciated.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. huguetta says:

        My pleasure always 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

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