"Did you like the food?"
Translation:Σου άρεσε το φαγητό;
There is a very special way to say “I Like (something/someone)” in Greek: Μου Αρέσει singular or *Μου Αρέσουν plural.
This is explained in the Tips & notes for **Verbs.Pre 1" https://www.duolingo.com/skill/el/Verbs%3A-Present/tips-and-notes
Here is the basic formula.
Unlike all other verbs it does not start wit “regular” personal pronoun, e.g. εγώ as in any of the verbs you use, such as "Εγώ τρωω." "I eat or just Τρωω" without the pronoun, "I" etc.
It starts with the pronoun’s genitive μου (in the case where you talk about yourself), etc.
Then, the verb αρέσει is added, in 3rd person singular or in 3rd plural person αρέσουν and it's only those two. You show who does the "liking" with genitive form of the pronoun. Wait for the examples.
It's something like saying: "something **is liked by me" "liked by you" etc. But be careful! You translate it as "I like", "You like etc"
What happens if you want to say for example "My cousin likes soccer." "Στον ξάδερφό μου αρέσει το ποδόσφαιρο." Again you use the genitive form.
See this helpful link with lots of examples. And how to use it in Past Tense, and Future tense.
And these are very important.
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