"She is the woman."
Translation:Αυτή είναι η γυναίκα.
PLEASE, add the possibility to hear the pronunctiation of the exercise after solving it, so we can still check the sound of the words!!!
If you read the Tips and notes, you'll see that there are three grammatical genders (masculine, feminine, neutral or neuter) and articles always match the gender of the noun they accompany. Additionally, as the words take different places within a sentence's structure, like subject and object, their form changes. That's how you get the cases (declensions), like he - his - him in English. The difference is that in Greek you have to change the form for every grammatical case, in every gender. :)
Am I missing something, I cant find the tips and notes. Everyone keeps referencing them but I haven't seen the icon for it yet. Im only 2 lessons in
Hi Cassandra. I'm afraid they are only available through the web site. But it is quite worth it to use them!