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Sunday at 06:30 PM
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Tuesday at 08:10 AM
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Hi Hiro,

This is a case where both objects are in the accusative case. It is common. Please study the point A. in the following grammar bank note:


It explains about such double accusatives.

The genitive wouldn't be correct here because then the sentence would be read as "the tourist takes photos (that belong) to the animals."

Let me know if you still have a question about this.



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Friday at 05:28 AM
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Hi Stefania

The sentence

Ο τουρίστας παίρνει φωτογραφίες τα ζώα.

This has got double accative

The animals should be in genitive? I would say:

Ο τουρίστας παίρνει φωτογραφίες των ζώων.(?)