A Grammer of the Greek Language

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E. Duyckinck and T. & J. Swords. G. Long, Print., 1815 - Greek language - 223 pages
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Page 53 - The second Future is formed from the third Person singular of the second Aorist by adding oo/uat, and dropping the augment, as irw-q, rvirqtro/uu.
Page 62 - By prefixing the Reduplication. The Reduplication is of Two Sorts : Proper, when the First Consonant of the Present Tense is repeated with < ; as, Sw, <Wp. But the rough is always changed into the smooth Consonant; as, Sew, Ti9ij/.
Page 54 - The first future is formed from the first future active, by changing и into oцai ; as, тv-^u, тvfyfux.
Page 56 - SECOND FUTURE. The second future is formed from the second future active, by changing u into SfAai ; as, TUVO, TuSfii.
Page 52 - FIRST AORIST. The first aorist is formed from the third person singular of the perfect, by changing...
Page 56 - The second aorist is formed from the second aorist active, by changing ov into...

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