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Greek Grammar

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$73.50 • £58.95 • €66.00

ISBN 9780674362505

Publication Date: 01/01/1956


808 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches


  • Introduction
    • The Greek Language and its Dialects
    • Advanced Works on Grammar and Dialects
    • Abbreviations
  • Part I: Letters, Sounds, Syllables, Accent
    • The Alphabet
    • Vowels and Diphthongs
    • Breathings
    • Consonants and their Divisions
    • Pronunciation
    • Vowel Change
    • Euphony of Vowels
    • Hiatus
    • Contraction
    • Synizesis
    • Crasis
    • Elision
    • Aphaeresis
    • Euphony of Consonants
    • Final Consonants
    • Movable Consonants
    • Syllables, and their Quantity
    • Accent: General Principles
    • Accent as affected by Contraction, Crasis, Elision
    • Change of Accent in Declension, Inflection, and Composition
    • Proclitics and Enclitics
    • Marks of Punctuation
  • Part II: Inflection
    • Declension
    • Adverbs
    • Numerals
    • Verbs
  • Part III: Formation of Words
    • Primary and Secondary Stems
    • Primitive and Denominative Words
    • Suffixes
    • Changes in Stems
    • Formation of Substantives
    • Formation of Adjectives
    • List of Noun Suffixes
    • Denominative Verbs
    • First Part of a Compound
    • Last Part of a Compound
    • Accent of Compounds, Meaning of Compounds
  • Part IV: Syntax
    • Syntax of the Simple Sentence
    • The Cases
    • The Prepositions
    • The Verb
    • The Participle
    • Verbal Adjectives
    • Summary of the Forms of Simple Sentences
    • Syntax of the Compound Sentence
    • Syntax of the Complex Sentence
    • Purpose Clauses (Final Clauses)
    • Object Clauses
    • Causal Clauses
    • Result Clauses (Consecutive Clauses)
    • Proviso Clauses
    • Conditional Clauses
    • Concessive Clauses
    • Temporal Clauses
    • Comparative Clauses
    • Relative Clauses
    • Dependent Substantive Clauses
    • Interrogative Sentences
    • Exclamatory Sentences
    • Negative Sentences
    • Particles
  • List of Grammatical and Rhetorical Figures
  • Appendix: List of Verbs
  • English Index
  • Greek Index

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