How to combine two sentences together using the word που

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How to combine two sentences together using the word που[ indeclinable relative complementizer]

Ο άντρας πάει στο σουπερμάρκετ. Ο άντρας είναι ο πατέρας μου.Τhe man is going to the supermarket. The man is my father.

Ο άντρας που πάει στο σουπερμαρκετ είναι ο πατέρας μου.Τhen man who is going to the supermarket is my father.

To σπίτι μου είναι κοντά στο κέντρο. Το σπίτι μου είναι μεγάλο. My house is close to the city centre. My house is big.

Το σπίτι μου που είναι κοντά στο κέντρο είναι μεγάλο.My house which is close to the city centre is big.

The noun to which the invariable complementizer που refers to can be:

Masculine, feminine or neuter

In the singular or the plural

In the nominative or accusative

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