In Greek, two forms of the second person of the personal pronoun are used when addressing someone:
The pronouns naturally present agreement as regards number with the verb. As regards, however, participial constructions and adjectives, agreement with the verb is overruled by agreement with the sex and number of the addressee(s):
``Eseis eiste haroumeny me ta nea;'' -- fem., sing.
The feature of Politeness does not correspond to a specific attribute in the ILSP Morphological Lexicon.