Asked • 04/12/19

Grammar question about cases

Hi! I'm still a pretty shaky when it comes to cases, maybe someone can help me understand this sentence from my Greek course (any typos are my fault): **Ταξιδεύει με εισιτήριο οικονομικής θέσης.** So, I'm not very familiar with case endings but it seems like εισιτήριο might be in the accusative case, and οικονομικής θέσης is in the genitive. Is that right? If it is in the genitive, is it okay that there isn't an article? I guess that lack of an article between εισιτήριο and οικονομικής θέσης is part of why I am confused. Thanks for any help clearing this up for me. :) :) :)

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Despoina K. answered • 04/15/19

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