Used κοριτσι and it said "wrong: κοπελα" but i've only see κοριτσι before and it seems to be the same in the description, why did it say wrong?
Why το and not η?
Κορίτσι is neuter and so takes the neuter article. Η is the feminine article.
I don't understand how a girl can be neuter
Yes, this is extremely stupid. Not sorry.
We're talking about grammatical gender, mot natural gender. Grammatical gender doesn't have to correspond to natural gender, though it may at times.
Why isnt it η κορίτσι? Το denotes a masculine noun
Το denotes a neutral noun, ο denotes a masculine noun. κορίτσι is neutral
I used σου for you, but was told it should have been συ. Why is this? Object v. subject perhaps? Thanks.
Ah, εσυ v. συ. Okay, subject v. object. ☺
This asked to translate the sentence into Greek, but when it gave the answer it showed all english letters...
What wrong word?
What is the difference between Εγώ and Εσύ?
εγώ means I and εσύ means you
Why isn't it ενα κορίτσι? I thought you had to use ενα before the word girl?
I think 'ένα κορίτσι ' translates to 'a girl'. While 'το κορίτσι ' means 'the girl"
How can you know which letter has an accent in a word and which has not?
It's the part of the word where you raise your voice. For example, if English had accents with the same notion: peqúliar, cóffee, clímate, exáctly, óffering, chíldren, lóvely, cáncel, compláin.