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Masculine Nouns- The formation of the plural

Greek nouns can be masculine, feminine or neuter. They have different case forms (nominative, accusative, and genitive) which are associated with different functions (cf. syntactic functions, nouns as complements). They can also be singular or plural. Greek nouns have either three different case forms or two different case forms.
In this chapter, we will see only the nominative case and we can make the plural form.
Nouns in Greek are declinable words and may be classified as masculine, feminine or neuter.Greek nouns of each gender can be divided into groups according to their endings.
Masculine Nouns Masculine nounsending in -ας & -ηςmake the plural in -ες.Don’t forget to put the article before each noun!
Ex. Οαγώνας =the contest, the game