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Re: Pronouns list
by Greg Brush - Sunday, 16 May 2010, 11:47 AM
  A table of the subject (nominative) pronouns is already in the Vocabulary section of Lesson 12, where they are first introduced, as is a table for the direct object (accusative) pronouns in the Vocabulary section of Lesson 38, where these pronouns are formally introduced.

However, there was no table for the indirect object (genitive) pronouns, so based on your request, a table of these pronouns has now been added to the Vocabulary section of Lesson 50, where they are formally introduced.

Note that unlike English, Greek often omits subject pronouns, because the subject is clearly indicated by the verb ending, especially in the first or second person. Thus Greeks tend to use subject pronouns only when emphasizing the subject. In your examples, the verbforms είμαι, είσαι, είμαστε, and είστε/είσαστε already imply their respective persons (εγώ, εσύ, εμείς, and εσείς respectively), so the pronoun is normally omitted in speech.

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