A Compendious System of Greek Grammar: in English and Greek: An Edition Literally Translated from the Latest and Most Approved Editions of Wettenhall's Grammar ...
Abraham Smally, 1824 - 115 σελίδες
Τι λένε οι χρήστες - Σύνταξη κριτικής
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accusative active voice acute the penult adjectives adverbs AEolians antepenult aspirate Attics augment back the accent barytons Boeotians cept changing circumflex composition conjugation consonant contracted dative declension Defective verbs Deponent Verb derived dialect diphthong dissyllables Dorians Dorics Dual enclitics ending feminine frequently gender genitive governs a genitive Greek hyperdissyllables imperative imperfect impersonal impersonal verbs Indef indicative infinitive Ionians last syllable Latin masculine middle voice monosyllables MOODS AND TENSES neuter nominative nouns Optat optative ºra ºral ºri ºut ºval ºxa oxytons participles PASSIVE VOICE penultimate perf person singular Pluperf Plur poets prefixed preposition Pres pronouns reduplication rºw rvºr second future second indefinite short signifies Sing smite smitten sometimes Subj subjunctive substantives terminations third person plural tive twº verbals vocative vowel words compounded zºº
Σελίδα 81 - ... or understood. 3. Every Relative has, in like manner, an Antecedent expressed or understood. 4. Every Genitive is governed by a Substantive, or by a Preposition, expressed or understood. 5. Every Dative either has in itself the force of acquisition, ie denotes the Person or...
Σελίδα 39 - SECOND FUTURE. The second future is formed from the second future active, by changing ¿i into 2(Aai ; as, тшгш, Tuirsífjwxi.
Σελίδα 56 - VOICE. The Moods and Tenses. The Present and Imperfect are the same as in the Passive.
Σελίδα 39 - The Perfect is formed from the Perfect active by changing, in the first class of Ctia- ( pure into /u-^ai, as Ttjutpa., T/Ju^juai ; racteristics, <p* } impure into p«i, as
Σελίδα 67 - The verb agrees with its nominative case in NUMBER and PERSON ; as, PiiSr legit, the boy reads ; Pueri lSgunt, the boys read.
Σελίδα 101 - ... Peleus." He speaks like a Bishop. Not a spiritual on the bench could better expound the feelings of natural religion. Hear him ! " Me, as my silver-footed mother speaks Thetis, a twofold consummation waits. If still with battle I encompass Troy, I win immortal glory, but all hope Renounce of my return. If I return To my beloved country, I renounce The illustrious meed of glory, but obtain Secure and long immunity from death. And truly I would recommend to all To voyage homeward, since you shall...