New problem *sighs*
I've been recently been having problems with why some words start with Ο και Η and others with το please help ! Do they have something to do with the masculine and feminine and neutral forms of words but then again sometimes i see " Η σαλατα μου"
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Yes, there are 3 genders in Greek and each has its own definite article:
ο = masculine
η = feminine
το = neuter
Η σαλάτα is a feminine noun, as demonstrated by its article. It doesn't matter that it's an inanimate object, as a noun it still has a gender.
Ο κεφτές (meatball), ο αέρας (air), o πόνος (pain), are masculine.
Η πατάτα (potato), η θάλασσα (sea), η ελευθερία (freedom), are feminine.
Το φρούτο (fruit), το τραπέζι (table), το θάρρος (courage), are neuter.
You will memorise them in time.
Thank you YPSILONZ again a brilliant reply. We are all grateful for your input.