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accent Accusative Active adding Additional Examples Adjectives Adverbs Aeschylus Aorist Attic augment becomes beginning belong called changed CHAPTER Circumflex common Comparative compounds consonant contracted Dative Declension declined dental dialect distinct dropped Dual elide Exceptions expressed fact Feminine Future Genitive Greek Gutturals hard Imperative Imperfect Impf INDICATIVE Infinitive irregular Labials last syllable lengthened letters loosed Masculine meaning Middle names Neut Neuter never Nominative Nouns occasionally occurs OPTATIVE PARTC Participle Pass Passive Perf Perfect Person Pluperfect Plural Practice preceding Present Pronoun rule short simply Sing Singular soft sometimes sound Stem strong Subj SUBJUNCTIVE Substantives Superlative TENSES Third Declension throw true Verb-Stem Verbal Verbs VOICE vowel Vowel-stems Weak words written αι και ον
Page 39 - Demonstrative (сотр. the Dialects). § 214. The Interrogative Pronoun has the same Stem as the Indefinite Pronoun, from which it is distin§213.
Page 126 - The Imperfect is formed from the Present Stem by prefixing the augment and adding the personal endings.