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I searched the internet about it but I didn't find anything that explained very well about it. Can you tell me how and when to use this?

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Participles in Greek have the nature of both the adjective and the verb and they look like verbs. That means they have tenses, voice, but also gender and cases. The most common participles end in -μένος, -μένη, -μένο in Nominative. E.g. κυνηγώ = hunt / κυνηγημένος, κυνηγημένη, κυνηγημένο = hunted as in "I am hunted" = "Είμαι κυνηγημένος".  Writing a detailed answer about  how they work and how they are created, would be too lengthy and out of the scope of this Q&A forum.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vasiliki Baskou, Instructor/Director, https://learn-greek-online.com.

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