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Tenses – Simple Future 2nd Conjugation Posted by on May 5, 2012

A verb belongs to the category of the second conjugation when the stress of the verbs is at the last syllable in the first person of the present tense. Ex. Agapo(αγαπώ= to love), peeno(Πεινώ=to be hungry), Zeeto(Zητώ=to ask), mporo(Μπορώ=I can). In simple future the characteristic letter before the ending is the same as in the…

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Tenses – Simple Past 2nd Conjugation Posted by on May 5, 2012

I would like to start this topic with a small reminder. The first person of the verbs that belong to the group of second conjugation is accented is the last syllable. For example: οδηγώ (drive),αγαπώ (love),πεινώ (be hungry),προτιμώ (prefer), ρωτώ (ask). As you may remember the 2nd conjugation has 2 groups. For the past tense…

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