my exercise was "write what you hear" and I was marked wrong for using the plural .......αυτοι and υπευθυνοι........ which sound identical
Can you always choose to write all words like "γι'αυτόν" when two of the same letters from separate words are next to each others, as in the example above.
I remark an intrusion of personalized psychological suggestions with this course - something I do not appreciate at all.
In ancient Gk this adj. took the dative or genitive depending on meaning ("responsible for" + genitive, LJSM, 1871b), whereas in modern Gk there is a prepositional phrase that follows. While this point probably won't interest many learners, it might be of interest to those who come to modern Gk from ancient. Horrocks (Greek: A History of Its Language and Speakers) discusses the related shift to prepositions with accusative as default case on pp. 284-85.