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" SENTENCES. 219. 1. 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 el, if. "
Syntax of the moods and tenses of the Greek verb - Page 116
by William Watson Goodwin - 1860
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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
...IF, or some equivalent. 1. Protasis -and Apodosis. In a conditional sentence, the clause containing the condition is called the Protasis ; and 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
...speaking in jest. II. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis, and that containing...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 av (Epic /ее')...
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A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges: Founded on Comparative Grammar

Joseph Henry Allen - Latin language - 1873 - 252 pages
...IF, or some equivalent. 1. Protasis and Apodosis. In a conditional sentence, the clause containing the condition is called the Protasis; and 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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The Latin Subjunctive

Robert Franklin Pennell - Latin language - 1875 - 52 pages
...SUBJUNCTIVE. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. IN a Conditional Sentence, the Condition is called the Protasis, the Conclusion is called the Apodosis. The Protasis is regularly introduced by si, nisi, and sin. Conditions may be divided into three classes, present, past, and future. I. Present...
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A school Greek grammar [abridged from A Greek grammar].

William Watson Goodwin - 1882
...speaking in jest. II. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis, and that containing...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 protasis when...
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A School Greek Grammar

William Watson Goodwin - Greek language - 1882
...speaking in jest, IL CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 219. 1. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis, and that containing...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 protasis when...
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A Latin Grammar

Thomas Chase - Latin language - 1882 - 313 pages
...use the subjunctive. 215. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 1. In conditional sentences, the clause containing the condition is called the 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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The First Greek Book

Clarence Willard Gleason, Caroline Stone Atherton - Greek language - 1895 - 285 pages
...same as the middle. 147. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition, or y-clause, is called the Protasis, and that containing the conclusion is called the Apodosis. 148. The supposition contained in a protasis may be particular or general. A particular supposition...
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The First Greek Book

John Williams White - Greek language - 1896 - 354 pages
...Trojoevo/iiat, as a passive deponent. See 178. 301. In conditional sentences the clause containing the condition is called the protasis, and that containing...conclusion is called the apodosis. The protasis is introduced by some form of I, if. 302. The supposition contained in a protasis may be either particular...
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