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Test Your Greek Grammar Knowledge: Subjunctive Mood Quiz Posted by on Oct 29, 2013

This is a grammar quiz about the Subjunctive mood. It’s suitable to A2-B1 students. Select which of the two statements (A or B) is the correct statement for the situation described. You may find the answer key at the end of the quiz. If you need further explanation, feel free to leave a comment or…

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The Subjunctive Mood in Modern Greek Posted by on Oct 1, 2013

One of the most challenging Grammar topics, even for C Level students, is the Subjunctive Mood (Υποτακτική, Ipotaktiki) . The Subjunctive Mood is used basically to express wish, hope, expectation, intentions, and also to make suggestions and negative commands. It is formed by placing before the verb one of the following particles and conjunctions: ας…

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