Basic Rules of Modern Greek – Some, a, the (Cases, definite articles, indefinite articles)

Basic Rules of Modern Greek – Some, a, the (Cases, definite articles, indefinite articles)

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THE (NOMINATIVE / SUBJECT)

Singular masculine ο ο άντρας = the man
Plural masculine οι οι άντρες = the men
Singular feminine η η γυναίκα = the woman
Plural feminine οι οι γυναίκες = the women
Singular neuter το το παιδί = the child
Plural neuter τα τα παιδιά = the children

 

CASES

Nominative The Subject of the sentence She
Genitive Possessive His
Accusative The Object of the sentence Him
Vocative Calling someone Calling someone

 

A/AN/ONE

MASCULINE FEMININE NEUTER
NOMINATIVE ένας μία or μια ένα
GENITIVE ενός μίας or μιας ενός
ACCUSATIVE ένα or έναν μία or μια ένα

 

THE – CASES

MASCULINE FEMININE NEUTER
Nominative singular ο άντρας = the man η γυναίκα = the woman το παιδί = the child
Genitive singular του άντρα = of the man της γυναίκας = of the woman του παιδιού = of the child
Accusative singular τον άντρα = the man τη γυναίκα = the woman το παιδί = the child
Vocative singular άντρα = man γυναίκα = woman παιδί = child
Nominative Plural οι άντρες = the men οι γυναίκες = the women τα παιδιά = the children
Genitive plural των αντρών = of the men των γυναικών = of the women των παιδιών= of the children
Accusative Plural τους άντρες = the men τις γυναίκες = the women τα παιδιά = the children
Vocative Plural άντρες=men γυναίκες=women παιδιά = children

 

SOME

MASCULINE FEMININE NEUTER
NOMINATIVE μερικοί μερικές μερικά
GENITIVE μερικών μερικών μερικών
ACCUSATIVE μερικούς μερικές μερικά
VOCATIVE μερικοί μερικές μερικά

 

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