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Tuesday at 02:35 AM
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Hi Sol,


Χαίρομαι που σε βοήθησε η απάντησή μου!


Yes, there are verbs with two different forms (unfortunately). That's standard with the 2nd conjugation group of verbs. You can see an introduction to the conjugation model here:

https://www.greekpod101.com/lesson/absolute-beginner-s2-11-taking-the-subway-to-a-delicious-greek-destination/?lp=42


Τα λέμε,


Στεφανία

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Sol
Monday at 06:10 AM
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Γεια σου Στεφανία!


Ευχαριστώ πολύ για την απάντηση σου! Με βοήθησε πολυ!

There are verbs with two different forms! Πολύ δύσκολο! For me the verb forms is the most difficult in Greek!

Ok, I think I understood the difference between στο and στον! Το κατάλαβα!


Γεια χαρά! 👋

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Friday at 09:30 AM
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Γεια σου Σολ!


Thank you for pointing this out. It was a typo on our behalf and it has been corrected. The correct is στον δρόμο because it's a masculine noun so the final ν needs to be preserved in all cases. Please note that in oral speech, the final ν could be omitted.


Οδηγεί = οδηγάει = he/she/it drives. Both versions are correct. Note that is common with certain verbs that end in -άω/ώ, e.g., οδηγάω/οδηγώ.


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Sol
Wednesday at 11:30 PM
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Γεια σου!


I have another question:

Why is it "Το μωρό περπαταει ΣΤΟ δρόμο. " but "Το ζευγάρι οδηγάει ΣΤΟΝ δρόμο"?

And for he drive I learned οδηγεί. Is this correct too?


Ευχαριστώ πολύ!

Sol