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I would please like this in the English alphabet, as opposed to Greek alphabet. Thanks very much
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Translation (Greek in Latin chars):
1. "Echeis domatio?" (informal)
2. "Echete domatio?" (informal or plural)

Pronounced (in English):
1. EH-chees do-MA-tee-o?
2. EH-chete do-MA-tee-o?

In Spanish (almost equal quality):
1. éjis domátio?
2. éjete domátio?

"Ch" is pronounced as German "ch" (eg, sprechen)
Verberat nos et lacerat fortvna: patiamvr. Non est sævitia, certamen est, qvod qvo sæpivs adierimvs, fortiores erimvs. Seneca