How to learn personal pronouns 2020 Greek Language


Hello arriving And today we will talk about pronouns To be more specific In today's lesson We will talk about personal pronouns Pronouns are words Used in the place of names.


For example John went to see his sister, but she was not at home Also They can specify a name For example That bike belongs to Maria Pronouns match the name they identify or replace In gender Case And form.


Pronouns are divided into the following categories:


Personal Possessive Demonstrative Relative Indefinite Reflexive Definite And interrogative pronouns Today, as we said, we will talk about personal pronouns.


Personal pronouns have three uses The pronoun in first person points to the speaker The pronoun in second person points to the interlocutor And the pronoun in third person shows the object or person we are talking about.


For example Since you and I agree, we do not care what he says. These pronouns have two types: The strong or powerful type We use when we want to emphasize.


And the weak type We start with the strong types Let's look at the board We start with the singular form We have in the nominative case in the first person the "I" And in the genitive / accusative "me" In the second person we have the "you" in the nominative case.


And in the genitive / accusative case we have "you" And in the third person in the nominative case we have "he, she, it" And in the genitive / accusative we have "him, her, it" And in the plural form in the first person we have "we" in the nominative case And in the genitive / accusative case we have "us".


In the second person in the plural form of the nominative case we have "you" And in the genitive / accusative "you" And in the third person of the plural form We have in the nominative case "they" And in the genitive and accusative case "them" That is.


For example He kicked his foot I called you, not Paul He gave me his money And now, let's look at the weak types Weak types appear in two cases The genitive and the accusative They are used as the object of the verb Also Used in combination With adjectives Pronouns Nouns And adverbs.


Let's look at the board We have in the first person in the accusative "me" And in the genitive in the first person "my,me" In the second person of the singular form we have in the accusative case "you" While in the genitive "you" And in the third person of the singular form in the accusative.


We have "him, her, it" And in the genitive "his, her, its" While in the plural form In the first person we have "us,our" in the accusative And in the genitive we have "us,our" again In the second person in the plural form we have "you,your".


And in the genitive case we have "you,your" again And in the third person in the plural form in the accusative we have "them-their, the" While in the genitive we have "them,their" 


The weak types When they are objects of verbs They come in just before the verb When the verb consists of the syllable να, θα or ας and a verbal form The weak type goes between the syllable and the verbal form When the verb is in the perfect tense.


The weak type comes before the auxiliary verb "I have" Let's look at some examples in the accusative (case) Mom called you Mom called you I will not do the exercise I will not do it I want to see Kostas I want to see him.


I have never seen these movies before. I have never seen them. Do not give the books to Anna. Do not give them to Anna. And now let's look at some examples in the genitive (case) George gave Maria the keys George gave her the keys.


He did not tell his parents the truth. He did not tell them the truth. My sister looks like my mom. My sister looks like her. When the verb has two objects We put the pronoun first in the genitive case and then the pronoun in the accusative case.


For example I sent the letter to my mother. It will be done. I sent it to her. I gave Nikos the keys I gave to him. When after the verb that is in imperative Or the active participle We have two pronouns We can put them in any order we want.


Give the book to your brother! It will be done. Give it to him! Or Give it to him! The weak type "τες" of the feminine (gender) Is used after the verb in the imperative For example.


He shouted for the girls to come. It will be done. Call them (to come) The weak types in genitive (case) They are used together with adjectives in expressions that show comparison.


They are also used in conjunction with numbers Other pronouns or adverbs For example We will both go None of you know the truth Peter is sitting in front of me And now, let's do a little exercise I will tell you one personal pronoun And you have to put it in the right case Depending on the meaning.


We have the personal pronoun "I" And the sentence is "..... name is Anna" I want you to put the personal pronoun "I" In the accusative case of the singular form of the weak type How will it be done? ... name is Anna And the correct answer is My name is Anna.


Then we have the personal pronoun "you" And the sentence is "... left" How will it be done in the nominative case in the singular form of the powerful type? "You" and left And the correct answer is You left It does not change because it is already in the nominative case in the singular form "He" ... likes football.


I want you to put it in the genitive case of the singular form of the weak type How it will become "he" And the correct answer is "He" He likes football "She" ... mom shouted her I want you to put the personal pronoun "she" In the accusative case in the singular form of the weak type.


How will it be done? ... mom shouted at her And the correct answer is "Her" Her mom shouted at her . Then we have "you" ... play basketball. I want you to put it in the nominative case in the plural of the powerful type. How will it be done?


Play basketball And the correct answer is You play basketball Does not change It is already in the nominative case in the plural form I hope you enjoyed the lesson Next time Or rather, in the next we will talk about the other pronouns..

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