To say "when"( in the evening, at night, this year) in Latin is used Abl-nocte, anno, or Abl+in-in pace, or Locativus-interdiu, noctu (if i`m not mistaken) and what about Greak language?
Should I use Dat [face=SPIonic]h(mera|\, nukti\[/face] or it is better Dat+[face=SPIonic]e)n - e)n h(mera|, e)n nukti\[/face]or Gen [face=SPIonic]h(me/raj, nukto\j[/face]? or maybe it is Acc?
Thank you for explanations, now everything seems much easier, just don`t have Smyth grammar, yet
You probanbly know almost all answers, just a real one on-line Greak language teacher
By the way how to say 'thank you' in Greak?
3.[face=SPIonic] xa/rin e)/xw[/face]