Hey there : )
Wow, It’s been a while since we’ve done these lessons so I decided to bring them back after a vote that won in favor of the continuation of this series.
So let’s pick up where we left off.
You can revise on the previous lessons here if you can’t remember as it’s been a long time since our last lesson.
Hello, and welcome to another greek lesson. Today we’ll be learning a few adjectives. I will split this in parts since there are limitless adjectives, but im gonna start with some basic ones. (This is gonna be a short one because my schedule is full currently so instead of making you wait, ill just release the first volume.)
LESSON 2: Adjectives Vol. 1
Μικρός (me-cross, male) = small → male / μικρή (me-kree) → female
Μεγάλος (meh-ga-loss) = big → male / μεγάλη (meh-ga-lee) → female
Ψηλός (psee-loss) = tall → male / ψηλή (psee-lee) → female
Κοντός (koh-dos) = short → male / κοντή (koh-dee) → female
όμορφος (o-mor-foss) = handsome / όμορφη (o-mor-fee) = pretty / όμορφο (o-mor-foh) = beautiful
χαριτωμένος (ha-ree-toh-meh-noss) = cute → male χαριτωμένη (ha-ree-toh-meh-nee) → female
*Note: The gender neutral form is the same as male without the ‘s’