I can't tell if it's right, but another DL-user wrote that you can use "Γιατί" in the begining and in the middle of a sentence, but you should only use "επειδή" in the middle.
Native speaker of the greek language please correct me if that is wrong or right. Thanks!
Please could you explain the difference, if there is any, between γατί and επειδή
γατί = kitten (little γάτα) :P
- why = γιατί
- because = γιατί, επειδή, διότι. All three are common, but I think γιατί is a bit informal and διότι is a bit formal
- Γιατί τρέχεις; (Why are you running?)
- Γιατί / Επειδή / Διότι τρέχεις κι εσύ. (Because you are running too.)