A Concise Grammar of the Modern Greek Language: Chiefly Composed from the "Nova Methodus," &c., of Father Thomas; to which are Annexed, Phrases and Dialogues on the Most Familiar Subjects, with Extracts from Romaic Authors

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A. J. Valpy, 1818 - Greek language, Modern - 160 pages
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Page 78 - Part of Speech which is joined to a Verb, Adjec-; tive,.
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Page 33 - Verb is a part of speech that signifies to be, to do, or to suffer, and is conjugated by moods and tenses ; of the former there are commonly reckoned five, viz.
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