Do we have to use the article when we say "My name is ..."
For example, when we say "My name is Eleni." do we need to use Eleni's article too? Or can it be dropped?
Quick note: avoid Google Translate if at all possible. This is the service that once translated "E Pluribus Unum" - the Latin "out of many, one" - as "grape". (Yes, I saw it do this.) Plus Google Translate Sings is a thing for a reason. :)
I'm pretty sure there's another similar service that was recommended on here somewhere, but not sure. Maybe check the Stickies in the forum for any Greek resource listings (these are likely to be more accurate than Google Translate).
Best of luck to you! :)
Volgav vitsenanieff nivya kevach varatsach.