A complete Greek grammar

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Contents

Formation or inflexions of the whole Compound
335
General Considerations
341
Use of the Article Proper
346
313
352
The Relative and its Attraction
361
315
365
Apposition to the Subject
368
The Adjective as Epithet or Subject
385
The Superlative Degree
394
325
396
Primary Predicates considered with reference to the Secondary Predicates
422
647
439
326
453
329
463
B The Genitive
464
335
474
8 Prepositions with the Genitive and Accusative
478
e Preposition with the Dative and Accusative
481
5 Prepositions with three Cases
482
QuasiPrepositions
488
Tertiary Predicates
489
Contrasted Meanings of the Oblique Cases
503
115
504
126
522
ON THE HYPOTHETICAL PROPOSITION AND ON THE MOODS AND NEGATIVE PARTICLES
536
508
543
General Rules respecting the Use of the Moods in Conditional Propositions
545
The Subjunctive and Optative in Conditional Propositions
546
The Imperative in Conditional Propositions
549
The Infinitive as a Substitute for the Imperative 552 528 Negative Particles 529 Mh in the Protasis
552
Oủ and uh in Interrogations 538 Mh after Verbs of Fearing
560
Construction of oł uń
561
CHAPTER IV
565
Conjunctions
566
Copulative and Disjunctive Sentences 559 Distributive Sentences 573 Temporal Sentences
572
Objective Sentences
584
Illative or Consecutive Sentences
592
Final Sentences
597
Causal Sentences
604
Concessive Sentences
607
Conclusion Irregularities of Construction
609
Definitions
612
Double Rhythms A Trochaic Verse
621
Asynartete and Antispastic Verses
628
APPENDIX
635
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