1. What are the three ways to say "hello" in Greek, and when would you use each one?

χαίρειν (when it is a formal situation)
χαίρε (when talking to one friend)
χαίρετε (when talking to more than one friend).

2. What are the five Greek letters we learned today?

Beta (β Β) is the "b" sound.
Gamma (γ Γ) is the "g" sound.
Phi (φ Φ) is the "f" sound.
Chi (χ Χ) is the "ch" sound.
Psi (ψ Ψ) is the "ps" sound."

3. How do you pronounce two gammas in a row? What is the first one called?

The first is pronounced as an "n" and is called a "gamma nasal."

4. What two diphthongs did we learn today and how are they pronounced?

αι and ει are pronounced as the ai in "aisle" and the ei in "eight."

5. Recite the entire Greek alphabet.

α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ σ τ υ φ χ ψ ω

6. What are the seven vowels in Greek?

α, ε, η ι, ο, υ, and ω

7. What are the capital forms of the following letters? γ η θ λ ξ ρ υ φ χ ψ


8. What is the indefinite article? What does it look like in Greek? (This is a tricky question.)

The indefinite article is "a" in English. There is no Greek indefinite article.

9. What is the definite article? What does it look like in Greek?

The definite article is "the"; the Greek definite article (or sometimes just called the "article") is .

10. Why does the definite article change its form?

The definite article changes its form depending on whether the word it modifies is masculine () or feminine ().

11. What are the three genders?

masculine, feminine, neuter

12. Can a Greek noun be in more than one gender?

We will find nouns in all three genders, but one noun can only be in one gender.

13. Are you memorizing different Greek names? If so, what are the Greek names for the following?

Phoebe is ἡ Φοίβη.
Peter is ὁ Πέτρος.
Jacob is ὁ Ἰάκωβος (breathings go before initial capital letters)
Mary is ἡ Μαρίας.



In number 10's answer, can the neuter be added?