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Justin
Question about Greek nouns I've seen that many nouns have more than one ending like with the words ανανα and ανανας, and κινητο και κινητος. So which forms do I use for different situations? Ευχαριστω!
Jan 26, 2016 2:34 AM
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In order to know which endings to use, you'll have to learn declination of the nouns. Ανανάς is the nominative. Ο ανανάς είναι κίτρινος. The pineapple is yellow. Ανανά is the accusative. Τρώω τον ανανά. I eat the pineapple. and the genitive: Η φλούδα του ανανά είναι τραχιά. The skin of the pineapple is rough.
January 29, 2016
Justin
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