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" ... as they are used in teaching English. For the proper modulation of speech, it is necessary that one syllable in every word should be distinguished by a tone, or an elevation of the voice. On this syllable the Accent is marked in the Greek language.... "
The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes - Page 200
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
...elevation of the voice. On this syllable the accent is marked in the Greek language. This elevation does not lengthen the time ofthat syllable, so that Accent and Quantity are considered by the best «ritics as perfectly distinct, but by no means inconsistent with each other. That it is possible to...
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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
...syllable the accent is marted in the Greek language. This elevation does not lengthen the time of that syllable ; so that Accent and Quantity are considered...it is possible to observe both Accent and Quantity, is proved by the practice of the modern Greeks, who may be supposed to have retained in some degree...
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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
...syllable the Accent is marked in the Greek language. This elevation does not lengthen the time of that syllable, so that Accent and Quantity are considered...it is possible to observe both Accent and Quantity is proved by the practice of the modern Greeks, who may be supposed to have retained in some degree...
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The Principles of Greek Grammar: Comprising the Substance of the Most ...

Peter Bullions - Greek language - 1850 - 308 pages
...language. The elevation of voice does not lengthen the time of the syllable ; so that accent and qtiantity are considered by the best critics as perfectly distinct, but by no means inconsistent with each other. These can be ot no use to us now, as far as regards the pronunciation of the 131 139 133 134 135 136...
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The student's manual complete; an etymological vocabulary of words derived ...

Richard Harrison Black - 1874
...distinguished by a tone, or an elevation of the voice. This elevation does not lengthen the time of that syllable, so that accent and quantity are considered...distinct, but by no means inconsistent with each other. — In our language, the distinction between accent and quantity is obvious ; the accent falls on the...
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The Student's Manual, Complete: Being an Etymological and Explanatory ...

Richard Harrison Black - English language - 1874
...distinguished by a tone, or an elevation of the voice. This elevation does not lengthen the time of that syllable, so that accent and quantity are considered...distinct, but by no means inconsistent with each other. — In our language, the distinction between accent and quantity is obvious ; the accent falls on the...
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