Is there a difference in the Greek grammatical "case" of the sentence/meaning of "the men read" , or "the men are reading" ?
Also can anyone tell me how to get the Greek accent mark above the accented vowel, instead of beside it?
There is only one present in Greek. Greek do not distinct present simple and continuous.
To get the accent mark on the vowel, first hit the key next to L and then the vowel key. You will not see anything happen after the first action but the accented vowel will appear on the second.
ο/η/το are the singular form of "the" for male/female/neutral. οι/οι/τα are the plural ones respectively.
I am having a hard time pronouncing the word for "read" διαβάζουν, can someone explain how to pronounce it?