So...I am just trying to understand the general declension patterns for nouns...if a neuter noun ends in -ος then the genitive singular ends in -ους? So "state" is κράτος and "of the state" is του κράτους...but if the noun is masculine and ends in -ος then the genitive singular ends in -ου, right? ("street"= δρόμος, "of the street"= "του δρόμου", yes?), and for feminine nouns ending in -ος?? Do they follow the masculine pattern? ("road"= οδός, "of the road"= της οδού)? Εγώ χρειάζομαι βοήθεια...παρακαλώ.