Greek Grammar lesson: Feminine and neuter nouns in nominative and accusative!

In this Greek grammar lesson, Valentinos explains to us how to change the feminine and neuter nouns from singular to plural and from nominative to accusative. If you want to learn when we use nominative case and when do we use accusative take a look at the Greek grammar video lesson here

You can also learn how we change the masculine nouns from nominative to accusative in both singular and plural in our Greek grammar lesson here

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