Adjective Summary

Before continuing, yes; I know exactly what you’re thinking.

How will I ever learn all of this?!

You won’t, at least not right away. Athens was not built in a day. Practice, practice, practice, and remember:

Don’t let this stop you from speaking Greek!

When you’re just starting to learn the language, it will be very obvious to any Greek people with whom you speak that you are not a native speaker. If you happen to use the wrong case or the wrong ending, it won’t be the end of the world. Make your best effort, make the inevitable mistakes, learn from them, and carry on!

If you can stand to see one more table, look below, where you'll see the entire table of “the good...” and see how much commonality there is among the entries. Look at the genitive plural–they’re all the same. The nominative and accusative for feminine and neuter are also the same.

If you can’t stand to see any more tables, continue to the next page to learn some other adjectives.

the good...

MasculineFeminineNeuter
S
I
N
G
U
L
A
R
Nominative
Genitive
Accusative

P
L
U
R
A
L
Nominative
Genitive
Accusative
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