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" In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis, and that containing the conclusion is called the apodosis. The protasis is introduced by some form of el, if. "
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb - Page 87
by William Watson Goodwin - 1875 - 264 pages
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A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges: Founded on Comparative Grammar

Joseph Henry Allen, James Bradstreet Greenough - Latin language - 1872 - 252 pages
...is one beginning with IF, or some equivalent. 1. Protasis -and Apodosis. In a conditional sentence, the clause containing the condition is called the...that containing the conclusion is called the Apodosis : as, si qui exire volunt [PROTASIS], conivere possum [APODOSIS] (Cat. ii. 12), if any -wish to depart,...
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An Elementary Greek Grammar

William Watson Goodwin - Greek language - 1873 - 242 pages
..."Opa /^ irafav еХеуер, beware lest he was speaking in jest. II. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing...containing the conclusion is called the apodosis. The protasis is introduced by el, if. The Doric at for el is sometimes used in Homer. 2. The adverb...
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Latin Grammar

Joseph Henry Allen - Latin language - 1873 - 252 pages
...is one beginning with IF, or some equivalent. 1. Protasis and Apodosis. In a conditional sentence, the clause containing the condition is called the...containing the conclusion is called the Apodosis: as, si qui exire volunt [PROTASIS], conivere possum [APODOSIS] (Cat. ii. 12), if any wish to depart,...
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An Elementary Latin Grammar

James Hamblin Smith - Latin language - 1875
...tenuitas ipsa delectat. Dum res maneant, verba fingant arbitratu suo. ON CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 221. In Conditional Sentences the clause containing the condition is called the Protasis (putting forward), and that containing the conclusion is called the Apodosis (paying back). The Protasis...
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An elementary Greek grammar

James Hamblin Smith - Greek language - 1878
...would that I had perished on that day. (18) Explain the meaning of the terms protasis and apodosis. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis (putting forward), and the clause containing the conclusion is called the apodosis (paying back). The...
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Ahn's First [-third] Latin Book, Volume 3

Franz Ahn - 1880
...our eyes, but we do not know what will be. 261. Conditional Conjunctions. In a Conditional Sentence the clause containing the condition is called the Protasis, and that containing the conclusion the Apodosis. Protasis, si bovem non possis, if you cannot drive an ox, Apodosis. asmum agas drive...
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Ahn's Latin Grammar: With References to the Exercises in the First, Second ...

Franz Ahn, Peter Henn - Latin language - 1881 - 313 pages
...advises us to contract friendships. [259. Conditional Conjunctions. 757. In a Conditional Sentence the clause containing the condition is called the Protasis, and that containing the conclusion the Apodosis. Protasis, si bovem non possis, if you cannot drive an ox, Apodosis. asluuni agas drive...
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A school Greek grammar [abridged from A Greek grammar].

William Watson Goodwin - 1882 - 227 pages
..."Opa pf jralCwv \eyev, beware lest he was speaking in jest. II. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing...containing the conclusion is called the apodosis. The protasis is introduced by el, if. 2. The adverb v (Epic ке) is regularly joined to el in the...
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A School Greek Grammar

William Watson Goodwin - Greek language - 1882
..."Opa ff jratfav * \eycv, beware lest he was speaking in jest, IL CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing...containing the conclusion is called the apodosis. The protasis is introduced by et, if. 2. The adverb v (Epic ке) is regularly joined to el in the...
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A Latin Grammar

Thomas Chase - Latin language - 1882 - 313 pages
...principal sentence. Livy and the later historians use the subjunctive. 215. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 1. In conditional sentences, the clause containing...pro'tasis, and that containing the conclusion is called the upo'dosis. The protasis is often introduced by si, if, nisi or si non, unless, if not. Note 1. Nisi...
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