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30.220 Numbers

In the previous lesson, you learn the forms of the number "one." In this section, Croy provides you with the forms of the numbers "two," "three" and "four." Make sure youlearn all the forms which Croy presents here. The word "two" has only the forms δύο and δυσί (dative plural), but the numbers "three" and "four" have distinct forms for gender and case.

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