Spring Vocabulary, Vol.2

Hello again, 
I come back to give some answers in detail regarding the plural for different genders and the adjective-noun agreement in gender, as mentioned in the first Spring Vocabulary. 
I mentioned, for example, η εποχή. This is a feminine noun. We see the feminine ending - η and the feminine article η. 
When we form the plural, the feminine article will become -οι and the ending of the noun -ες. 
If we wanted to say "the nice season," the adjective nice, which is ωραίος, has to be in feminine and singular so that would be: η ωραία εποχή.
That is what we see in, καλό Πάσχα. The Easter, το Πάσχα, is neuter gender that is why the adjective that goes with it is of neuter gender as well. 
Please note that similarity to English, some words do not have a plural form. One of those words is Πάσχα, Easter!

Continue to practice with your genders and numbers, and I will come back with me more practice questions before Πάσχα (this year, the Greek Οrthodox Easter Sunday is on April 16th!)
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