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The Greek pronoun no one Posted by on May 26, 2018

Sometimes, the students are puzzled by the use of the indefinite pronoun κανένας, καμία, κανένα (no one). In this post, there are examples of how it is used it in a sentence. When used in negative sentences, it means no one. See the declension here: kanenas Τhe pronoun κανένας has genders and cases. It can be…

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“Each” and “everyone” in Greek Posted by on Apr 24, 2018

Γεια σας! Today, we will see the different meanings and uses of the words κάθε, καθένας, καθεμία, καθένα. They are all important words to know and make part of our everyday life vocabulary. In some cases, there is no accurate translation of the sentences, so I have translated the meaning.    Κάθε It is used as…

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