"I will have bought a cell phone."

Translation:Εγώ θα έχω αγοράσει ένα κινητό.

September 9, 2016

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When translating in GR one can definitely skip the "εγώ" and the "ένα" as they would only be used for emphasis.

Also "cell phone (US) / mobile phone (GB)" is "κινητό τηλέφωνο" in GR and should be accepted as correct. Or one could just say "cell / mobile = κινητό" as all countries/languages mainly use the short term of the device's name in my experience :-)


Θα έχω αγοράσει κινητό still not accepted


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