As in English, Greek has two forms of article, definite (the) and indefinite (a)

The Definite Article[edit | edit source]

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The definite article has several uses:

  • To indicate a specific object
  • To indicate possession, The boy reads his book
  • As a pronoun, replacing a noun. This can be found in participle phrases when describing objects
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