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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Saturday at 04:41 AM
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Γεια σου Αΐσα,


δεν κάνει τίποτα!


Στεφανία

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Friday at 12:47 PM
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Ευχαριστώ πολύ 😊!

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Friday at 09:59 AM
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Hi Ayisha,


Hehe, nice! Yes, a few corrections:


με είπε > μου είπε

Δίνε > Δώσε μου

Ώχι > Όχι 😳

δεν σε θα δίνω > δεν θα σου δώσω


Also instead of comma before «» you would need to use :


:)


All the best,


Stefania

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Thursday at 04:52 PM
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Είδα ενα φάντασμα .Το φάντασμα με είπε,«Μπου! Δίνε μερικά μαλακά ζαχαρωτά, μπου! » Είπα, « Ώχι, δεν σε θα δίνω μαλακά ζαχαρωτά!» Με έφαγε και είπε,«Νόστιμο!» ...... not really 😜. Just a practice. Any corrections for this weird story👆🏼?

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Wednesday at 02:31 AM
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Hi terry_city,


Thank you for your valuable feedback. I do agree with you. The definite articles are absolutely necessary.


The tech team is currently working on a massive vocabulary project to show the gender of vocabulary all across GreekPod101 as well as across all other sites of gendered languages that our company has. They are aiming to complete it before the end of this year.


If there's anything else I can help you with, please do let me know.


Kind regards,


Stefania

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terry_city
Friday at 10:59 PM
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A general point.


In the vocabs and other parts of lessons, it nearly always gives the noun but not its gender. Although sometimes the definite article can be worked out from the noun's endings, I find myself often having to reach for the dictionary to look up the word and find out the gender. The Word for the Day for example was φρύδι and although it said later that it was neuter I believe it would be far more useful to students if the definite article and the noun were always shown together as many text books do.