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Η Κλίση των Αρσενικών
The Declension of the Masculine

Lesson 14 - Greek Grammar

   We now know the declension of the articles, and we understand fairly well, the connection between cases and the declension. Let's put everything together now with the declension of the Masculine Nouns.

   Table 14 will show you the most used endings for the Masculines. Table 14.1 will show you the cases, the article forms and the endings* only. Below it, there is a table with real noun examples (declension) and, after that, some examples of the declined nouns in sentences. I'm including the declined article also!

Attention
Keep in mind that a masculine noun will always be a masculine noun. It will not change to a feminine or neuter as you decline it. Learn the endings of each category well and you'll know how to decline almost all the masculine nouns!

Table 14
Endings - οι Καταλήξεις*
-ος -ης -ας** -ες** -ους**
Table 14.1
Singular number - Ενικός αριθμός
Cases Article
Nominative ο -ος -ης -ας -ες -ους
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