Does Greek have a special expression for "there is" or "there are" (like French il y a, Spanish hay) or do I just use the verb υπάρχει? And does it change to υπάρχουν for plural?
Υπάρχει means he/she/it exists or there is, while έχει means he/she/it has. Two different words. ^.^
Since Greek word order isn't as strict as English, could this be translated as "An egg exists"?