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Explanation: I don't disagree with the first answer, however it seems a bit weak to me, as "Eisai koukla" is not just "Eisai omorfi" (You're beautiful). The meaning is more emphatical, in the same way as "You're gorgeous" is used in everyday English.
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Daphne b Sweden Local time: 02:40 Native speaker of: Greek PRO pts in pair: 89