A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges

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American Book Company, 1916 - Greek language - 492 pages

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Page 203 - A relative pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender, number, and person, but its case is determined by its use in the clause in which it stands: Puer quem in schola vidisti domum iit.
Page 92 - principal parts' of a verb are the first person singular indicative of every system used in it.
Page 18 - bosom' — qoyn-urfg ' your bosom' Sang. 292b: 18, sirifeil ' younger sister' — singl-i ' his younger sister' Sang. 258a: 20. 12. Elision Elision is the omission of a vowel at the end of a word before a word beginning with a vowel.
Page 17 - Crasis (Ğ/эао-tç mixture) is the contraction of a vowel or diphthong at the end of a word with one at the beginning of the following word : ко/ит$ (/tot aurai), Kav (Ğat e'i>) Kav (Ğat eaV).
Page v - My aim has been, in the first place, to adapt it to the needs of students using a Greek grammar for the first time, either with or without the accompaniment of a Beginner's Greek Book...
Page 325 - A Compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences united. " We treated him well, but he would not stay with us" (two simple sentences united).
Page 205 - If the subject of the infinitive is different from the subject of the...
Page 29 - The last syllable is called the ultima ; the next to the last syllable is called the penult; the one before the penult is called the antepenult.
Page 277 - The idea of attempt or intention is an inference from the context and lies in the present only insofar as the present does not denote completion.
Page 204 - When the subject of the Infinitive is the same as the subject of the...

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