"Αα, βοήθισε με, σας παρακαλώ! I'm sooo confused. When I was in school, I basically tought myself grammar. We went over it a tiny bit, but not enough. I'd beg in high school for grammar sheets, and hardly get anything. I'd play for hours with my talking dictionary and learn that way. I even recall my French teacher having to stop in the iddle of a class because we didn't understand the grammar in English that she was trying to teach in French. Graduated college with a 4.0 gpa, everyone liked my work bla bla bla, and now I'm having trouble with the most beautiful language in the world because of my lack of grammar! I can't buy a print book because my scanner can't recognise two languages on the same page. So I've been taking thee wonderful lessons at
and everyone says I'm doing extremely well. But to be honest, some things just confuse me. I've pretty much figured out the objective case by hearing where it is and just learning what kinds of words go with it. But what's this genitive case? I like that I can figure things out, but Greek is my passion and I want to learn it correctly whether it's Demotiki, Koutsavakika or anything in between. So can anyone recommend a good grammar site, or an e-book or a teacher or does anyone have other suggestions for me? Thanks."