Greek Case Ending Practice (2-1-2)

Below is a simple 2-1-2 chart that appears blank.

Mentally fill in the blank spaces and check your answers by highlighting that box or boxes to see the hidden answer.

2 1 2
NS ος α / η ον
GS ου ας / ης ου
DS ᾳ / ῃ
AS ον αν / ην ον
NP οι αι α
GP ων ων ων
DP οις αις οις
AP ους ας α

If you don’t recall the abbreviations used in the left column, they are as follows:

NS = nominative singular, GS = genitive singular, DS = dative singular, AS = assusative singular

NP = nominative plural, GS = genitive pl.,… & so on.

 

If the above is difficult for you to read, check against the chart below.

2 1 2
NS ος α / η ον
GS ου ας / ης ου
DS ᾳ / ῃ
AS ον αν / ην ον
NP οι αι α
GP ων ων ων
DP οις αις οις
AP ους ας α

This practice includes the connected vowel.

 

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