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" We may carry the analogy of Enclitics to English. When we say, Give me that book, we pronounce me as a part of the word give. For the boy is tall, we say the boy's tall; thus is becomes a perfect Enclitic. "
The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes - Page 203
by Richard Valpy - 1821 - 271 pages
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes, for the Use of Those, who Have ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1807 - 206 pages
...Accent, which in rirum is placed on the first syllable, is brought forward to the second in virúmque. We may carry the analogy of Enclitics to English....give. For the boy is tall, we say the boy's tall; thus г* becomes a perfect Enclitic. This is frequent in French, donnez le moi, je me lève, est-ce lui...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich, Caspar Frederic Hachenberg - Greek language - 1814 - 317 pages
...speaking. f So in Latin, gut, ne, tie. We may carry the analogy to English. When we say, Give me that boat, we pronounce me as a part of the word give. For the boy is tall, we say the boy^t tall! thus is becomes a perfect Enclitic. In Italian and Sp*r.ish, the Enclitic is joined, as...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes for the Use of Those who Have Made ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1820 - 214 pages
...Accent, which in virum is placed on the first syllable, is brought forward to the second in virúmque. We may carry the analogy of Enclitics to English....Enclitic. This is frequent in French, donnez le moi, je me lève, est-ce lui ; and particularly in parle-je, where the last syllable of parle must be accented...
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A Greek and English lexicon: originally a Scripture lexicon; and now adapted ...

Greville Ewing - 1827
...read so '?loeai»tely after, as to seem a part of it. Thus, in English, when we say, give me J* foot, we pronounce me as a part of the word give ; for, the boy is tall, we say, 'i tall. So in Greek, fawva. Tins, &M f*oi. . The following are enclitics: Article rov, pronouns «5,...
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The student's manual complete; an etymological vocabulary of words derived ...

Richard Harrison Black - 1874
...the accent upon the foregoing syllable. " When we say, ' give me that book,' we pronounce the word me as a part of the word give. For ' the boy is tall," we say the boy '* tall, thus, w becomes a perfect Enclitic. Thit is frequent in French, dcmnez le moi (give it...
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The Student's Manual, Complete: Being an Etymological and Explanatory ...

Richard Harrison Black - English language - 1874
...the accent upon the foregoing syllable. " When we say, * give me that book,* we pronounce the word me as a part of the word give. For ' the boy is tall," we say the boy '$ tall, thus, is becomes a perfect Enclitic. This u frequent in French, donncz Is moi (give it...
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