A Greek Grammar: Accidence and Syntax for Schools and Colleges

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John Murray, 1902 - Greek language - 494 pages
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Page i - GREEK GRAMMAR ACCIDENCE AND SYNTAX FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. By JOHN THOMPSON, MA, late Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge ; Senior Classical Master, High School, Dublin. Crown 8vo. 6s.
Page 340 - When the subject of the Infinitive is the same as the subject of the leading verb, the subject of the Infinitive is not necessarily expressed : *Nl parere veils pereundum erit ante lucernas.
Page 373 - God, or lightly reject his boon by condemning me. For if you kill me you will not easily find another like me, who, if I may use such a ludicrous figure of speech, am a sort of gadfly, given to the state by the God; and the state is like a great and noble steed who is tardy in his motions owing to his very size, and requires to be stirred into life. I am that gadfly which...
Page 244 - ... taught them many a thing in parables. The following verbs and a few others have a double accusative in the active, one of the external object, and one of the predicate...
Page 230 - The first person takes precedence of the second, and the second of the third.
Page 461 - When a word ending in a vowel is followed by another beginning with a vowel, whether accompanied by a Spiritus lenis or asper, there is a hiatus.
Page 301 - Attracted. (1.) When the antecedent is in the Genitive or Dative, and the Relative would...
Page 254 - Genitive), or, 5) the fear about the enemy, ie, the fear of which the enemy is the object (Objective Genitive).
Page 232 - Tt^vtjv каХйе f %ipj^To, each of the artisans practised his art well. 374. In connexion with numerals, the Article sometimes denotes that the number to which it is added stands in a defined relation to another number : та...
Page 228 - The Predicate must agree with the Subject, viz., the Verbal Predicate in number, the Nominal in number and case, and when it is an adjective, in gender also : o iro\fj.iot evK7(7av, the.

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