0 votes
Is the following correct?

That the masculine nouns always take “ν" in accusative case? And this change happened a couple of years ago.

1 Answer

0 votes

In ancient Greek, accusative case for masculine nouns was always with -ν in the end. For example τον άνθρωπον, τον πολίτην.

In modern Greek, it doesn't 't happen any more. We just say τον άνθρωπο, τον πολίτη.

This change is not recent, however I am not aware when it occurred.

by (38.9k points)
Hi Vasiliki, I’m sorry i didn’t make myself clear, I meant the article e.g τον λογαριασμό rather than το λογαριασμό.