true,just think of it as in English. When one talks in possessive as in:
"My boy/my girl" one might also mean one's boyfriend/girlfriend or even son/daughter
"My man/My woman" one might also mean one's husband/wife.
All of the above hold true in Greek as well, but only in possessive contexts!
Hope I got to help you a bit :)
For all interested in the answer, please see the comments under Siam1205's post in the discussion here https://www.duolingo.com/comment/17467518$comment_id=22795838. :)
No, as far as I have learned it, it means "He is a man": "αυτός" means "he", "αυτή" means "she", "αυτο" means "it"
As far as I know, the conjugation of "είναι" which is the greek verb for the english "be" always makes clear which person is meant, so the pronoun can be omitted. But I'm not sure if this is always the case.
All verb conjugations in Greek show which person is meant, I/you-singular/3rd person sing./ we/you-plural/3rd person plural. The trouble with third person singular or plural is that, when the pronoun is omitted, there can be ambiguity since there are 3 options each time: he/she/it or they masc./fem./neut.
Specifically for the verb to be - είμαι, the conjugation is identical for the third person singular and plural. However, in other verbs the endings clearly point to one or the other number.
You need to install (enable) Greek keyboard. Specific instructions will depend on your OS. You can find good instructions online:
etc. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the layout - it takes some getting used to. Good luck!
This is a really long one, im just really confused and need help. First off, like what is the difference between saying Αυτός and Αυτό. Second, the difference between these too, Ενας, Ενα, and Μία Im like really confused as which to choose. Third, when do and when do I not use them. Lastly, where can I find the conjugations for verbs. If you have an answer to at least one of them it wpyld really help me out thx!