"I show him the mouse."
Translation:Εγώ του δείχνω το ποντίκι.
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Wait, does this mean "I show it" as in "I show [something to] it..." ("I show it something") or does it mean "I show it [to someone]". Because those are different things. I thought του was used as the genitive form of the third-person pronoun for both masculine and neuter so what the original guy said is true. Το on the other hand is the nominative form of the neuter third-person pronoun. I guess what the sentence Εγώ του δείχνω το ποντίκι is trying to say is actually "I show [to] him the mouse." Which invokes the genitive case.
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