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Greek grammar lesson: Nominative and accusative cases in Greek

In this lesson, Valentinos explains to us what is a case and how to use the nominative and accusative cases in Greek. This is a very important grammar topic which many students find difficult! Watch Valentinos explaining it and you will understand it for sure.

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