I put βοηθείς and was marked wrong. However, a search on wiktionary showed that both βοηθάς and βοηθείς exist. Is the reference wrong, or is there a preference to use one instead of the other?
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Βοηθείς is not wrong, but it's a bit archaic, literary. This is how the ancient Greek verb was conjugated in 2nd singular. It's been added, but I'd like to suggest that you use βοηθάς instead of βοηθείς. It's way more common, both in written and in spoken. ^.^
Thank you! Is the same pattern applicable to verbs with similar ending (stress on last syllable)? I checked τραγουδώ and αγαπώ, and it looks like they have similar conjugation.
These verbs belong in the same conjugation category in modern Greek.
βοηθάω - βοηθώ
αγαπάω - αγαπώ
τραγουδάω - τραγουδώ
Be careful though. There is no such thing like αγαπείς or τραγουδείς. The correct forms are αγαπάς and τραγουδάς. Βοηθείς is still accepted for some reason but you should stick with βοηθάς. It's a bit more proper. ^.^
βοηθείς is also approved at. http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.php?D1=207&H1=301&T1=βοηθώ.
Please could somebody tell me what the verb ending for the plural εισεις would be?
There is no correct answer for εσεις. I tried Βοηθέτε, βοηθάτε και βοηθείτε, all marked wrong and the singular was given as correct answer. Can plural be added, and could you please let me know which one is correct?