A complete Greek grammar

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Contents

The Relative and its Attraction
361
The Noun as Subject
366
142
367
Apposition to the Subject
368
47
369
The Pronouns as Subject
373
49
385
145
386
The Comparative Degree PAGE
389
148
391
CHAPTER II
397
b Participles and other Verbals
402
c Tenses of the Finite Verb
404
Primary Predicates considered with reference to the Secondary Predicates Voices of the Verb
422
Secondary Predicates a Adverbs
453
440
456
a The Nominative
457
8 The Genitive
464
7 The Dative
469
8 The Accusative
472
163
485
Contrasted Meanings of the Oblique Cases
503
Secondary Predicates Supplement to the Cases Prepositions 474 a Prepositions with the Genitive
504
8 Prepositions with the Dative
508
7 Preposition with the Accusative
509
e Preposition with the Dative and Accusative
514
Prepositions with three Cases
515
QuasiPrepositions
526
Tertiary Predicates
528
514
529
515
533
CHAPTER III
536
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 528 Negative Particles 529 M in the Protasis
552
CHAPTER IV
565
Conjunctions
566
Copulative and Disjunctive Sentences 559 Distributive Sentences 573 Temporal Sentences
572
402
582
Objective Sentences
584
Illative or Consecutive Sentences
592
Final Sentences
597
Causal Sentences
604
Concessive Sentences
607
404
608
Conclusion Irregularities of Construction
609
APPENDIX
635
566
641
575
646
Error
648
503
650
504
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