Verb phrase (Ρηματική φράση): a phrase whose head is a verb. It can be either an intransitive verb or a transitive verb with its complements (see also ditransitive verb, intransitive verb, transitive verb). It can stand on its own.
Vocative case (Κλητική πτώση): a case form of nominals, which is used for addressing someone or something Λάκη, έλα να με βοηθήσεις, σε παρακαλώ!
Voice (Φωνή): a morphological property of verbs. It can be either active or mediopassive (see also active voice, medio-passive voice)
You can also read: Glossary of Grammar Terms Part 9
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