How Do You Say Cheers in Greek?

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The way that you would say cheers in Greek is, 'Eviva!' Another common toast that the Greek make translates to the phrase, to your health. You would say this phrase as, 'stinygaisu,' in a friendly and non formal situation. In a formal situation you would say it as, 'eis igian sas.' This is a common dinner toast. The Greek alphabet has been around since 750 BC. The Greek alphabet looks very different from the alphabet used in the United States.
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