He is a student

You know the Greek word for "he." What is it?

In order to say, "He is a student," you would say,

αὐτὸς ἐστιν μαθητής

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Did you get the verb right? In English you don't say, "I is." You say "I am." This is called "agreement." The verb must agree with its subject. So if you are going to use αὐτός, you must use ἐστιν, not εἰμί.