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Greek verbs and pronouns: common phrases Posted by on Jul 14, 2020

Γεια σας! To day we will take a look at some common phrases composed by a personal pronoun, used as direct object and a verb. The verb is not conjugated. It is put in the 3rd person, singular or plural, and it takes a subject in the nominative case. Below, there is the conjugation of…

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Greek grammar: Personal Pronouns Posted by on Jun 17, 2020

Γεια σας! It’s time to review some grammar and syntax. Many students of the Greek language find it quite difficult to put the objects of a verb in the correct case. Why? Because there are a lot of different options. Today we are going to focus on what happens with the double object verbs. Most…

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Untangling the Greek personal pronouns 2 Posted by on Jul 24, 2017

Γεια σας! Thank you all for your comments about my last post (Read a short story in Greek) on our Facebook page. Today this post is about grammar. A few weeks ago, we saw the use of the personal pronouns. Now we will see the use of the strong types of the personal pronouns. As…

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Untangling the Greek Personal Pronouns Posted by on Apr 4, 2017

In Greek, there are different pronouns for the direct and  indirect object.This topic is very confusing, especially when we try to translate directly from English. In this post, there are examples the use of the personal pronoun used as the object of the verb. Feel free to leave a comment if you have a question! Direct…

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Greek personal pronouns quiz Posted by on Mar 7, 2016

Some of my students find the personal pronouns a  challenging grammar topic. In this post there are two quizzes for intermediate students. Quiz 1 Complete the sentences using α, β, or γ.  I saw him yesterday: [α. Τον β. Του γ. Αυτός]  είδα σήμερα. I met her at Miranda’s party: [α. Αυτή β. Την γ…

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