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Let me introduce myself.

From the previous dialogue you saw how to introduce yourself and others. Antigone introduces herself to an older person (i.e. her professor), Mr. Karayannis, and then Mr. Karayannis introduces to Antigone another young woman, Christina. Again, notice there are different forms of the same phrases depending on who is talking to whom:

Informal Formal/Plural
Να σου συστηθώ.
[na su si-sti-THO]
Let me introduce myself (to you).
Να σας συστηθώ.
[na sas si-sti-THO]
Let me introduce myself (to you).
Να σου συστήσω …
[na su si-STI-so]
Let me introduce you to …
Να σας συστήσω …
[na sas si-STI-so]
Let me introduce you to …

You’ve probably noticed that και [ke] means and in Greek and that it has a second form: κι [ki]. The και becomes κι, especially in spoken Greek, when the following word starts with a vowel, for example: έτσι κι έτσι [E-tsi ki E-tsi.] (so-so).