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45 Days of French – Day 26

I read Hour 12 of Alpha Teach Yourself French in 24 Hours (ATYF) today, and it is a doozy. The main topic is conjunctions, and ways of linking ideas. This includes great detail on relative pronouns and associated expressions. It’s … Continue reading

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WOTD, ὅς

The word of the day is… ὅς, ἥ, ὅ Classical Greek, hos, hē, ho, 1. the relative pronoun, who, whose, whom, which.

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The Greek Relative Pronoun

This post describes the Greek relative pronoun (“who, to whom, for whom, whose…”). Masculine Feminine Neuter Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural Nominative (nom.) ὅς οἵ ἥ αἵ ὅ ἅ Genitive (gen.) οὗ ὧν ἧς ὧν οὗ ὧν Dative (dat.) … Continue reading

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