"I like summer and fall."
Translation:Μου αρέσει το καλοκαίρι και το φθινόπωρο.
το φθινόπωρον in ancient Greek with final nu, although "loss of final n was a sporadic and apparently random feature of many popular varieties of Greek from ancient times" (so Horrocks, Greek: A History, 274, citing Gignac's seminal study). LJSM lexicon glosses φθινόπωρον as "the waning of ὀπώρα (also called...the season following ὀπώρα), autumn" (p. 1928). The reference to "waning" makes sense since φθίνω / φθίω referred to waning, decaying.