Before we simplify this lesson let's briefly explain it as is.
In the Greek language, the verbs are divided into two categories, according
to the way that they are conjugated. We call them:
η Πρώτη Συζυγία = First Group/Conjugation, and
η Δεύτερη Συζυγία = Second Group/Conjugation.
The first category includes all the verbs that end in -ω where the accent is on the second syllable from the end (penult), when the verb is in the first person of the Present Tense.
Example: γράφω, διαβάζω.
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