"The woman has my coat."
Translation:Η γυναίκα έχει το παλτό μου.
Silly question, but I find it a bit difficult knowing what form of 'the' to place before beginning a sentence - η, τα, το, ο ... What is the rule?
The articles are these: (in the order of:)Masculine /Feminine /Neuter Singular: Nominative ο / η / το Accusative τον / τη(ν) / το Genitive του / της / του Plural: Nominative οι / οι / τα Accusative τους / τις / τα Genitive των / των / των
Also, you recognize which is the gender of the noun by its ending(most of the times).:Masculine nouns end in -ας,-ης,-ος,-ες,-ους,-εας (and there are also some irregular such as μυς-Muscle), feminine nouns end in -α,-η,-ος,-ου,-ω, and neutrum nouns in -ο,-ι,-ος (as you can see -ος can be anything!), -μα,-ιμο,-ς,-ν,-ρ
This might help click https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Greek_grammar#Declensions.
I am finding that links like this don't work on my Android phone. Links with the full URL written out do work though. Any thoughts?
It seems like some features of the app are in need of some twitching. I have noticed that as well (at least on my device, they don't work every single time.) But I'm afraid that it's not something we could actually fix (we, an in the moderators and contributors, the course team).Let's just hope that it will get fixed in the future. ^.^
I've posted the full link above will that help? And again. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Greek_grammar#Declensions