[<< wikibooks] Modern Greek/Appendix I
= Summary of Declensions and Conjugations =


== Masculine nouns ==


=== Group 1 ===
Σκύλος, dog, is a masculine noun. Note the different forms of the definite article.

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== Feminine nouns ==


=== Group 1 ===
The noun Η ώρα (the hour, the time) is shown below:

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== Neuter nouns ==


=== Group 1 ===
Το παιδί (the child)


== Verbs ==


=== First Conjugation ===
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==== The verbs έχω, to have, and  είμαι, to be ====
Two important verbs are  έχω, to have, and  είμαι, to be.  The first-conjugation verb  έχω is regular
in the present tense, so it has the same endings as  γράφω.

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To be in English is expressed
in the active voice, but the Greek  είμαι is passive, and doesn't have an active form.
The ending  -μαι is a typical, regular ending for passive verbs. 

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== Pronouns ==
Pronouns have cases, number and gender just as regular nouns do.  To make the tables appear simpler, the pronouns have been separated into persons.


=== Links ===
A page with more on pronouns