Elucidations of the Student's Greek Grammar by Georg CurtiusElucidations of the Student's Greek Grammar by Georg Curtius

Elucidations of the Student's Greek Grammar

byGeorg Curtius

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875. Excerpt: ... CHAPTERS X.--XII. THE INFLEXION OF THE VERB. The following table, taken with some additions from the English edition of the grammar, will give a convenient synopsis of the arrangement of the verb which is discussed in the following pages. The §§ are those of the Grammar. INFLEXION OF THE VEBBS. List of Paradigms. §§ 226--230. Elid. Table I. Synopsis of (exhibiting the meaning of the tenses). Table II. VERBS IN a. A. Vowel-stems. 1. Uncontracted X6a. Table III. 2. Contracted Tiiiaw, tjikiu, SovX6oi. Table IV. B. Consonant stems. 1. Guttural stems Itx4ku, peOyu, rdaau. Table V. 2. Dental stems eiSofiai, irefflw, KOfdfa. Table VI. 3. Labial stems iriinrw, Xeiirw, Kafrirrw. Table VII. 4. Liquid stems Mpw, dyytXXa, Orelpa. Table VIII. Chapter X. Firtt Principal Conjugation or Verbs in u. I. The Present-stem. A. Inflexion of the Present-stem. § 231--233. B. The Augment. § 234--242. C. Contracted Verbs. § 243--244. D. Distinction of the Present-stem from the Verb-stem. § 246--253. II. The Strong Aorist-stem. § 254--257. III. The Future-stem. § 258--266. IV. The Weak Aorist-stem. § 267--272. V. The Perfect-stem. § 272. 1. Perfect Active. § 276--282. 2. Pluperfect-Active. § 283. 3. Perfect, Middle, and Passive. § 28,4--289. 4. Pluperfect, Middle, and Passive. § 290--291. VI. Forms of the Strong Passive-stem. § 292--295. VII. Forms of the Weak Passive-stem. § 296--299. Verbal Adjectives. § 300. Verbs which have their stem-vowel short. § 301. Chapter XI. Second Principal Conjugation or Verbs in MI. I. First class. § 302--317. II. Second class (with xu). § 318--319. VII. E-class. A short stem alternates with one enlarged by e. (i.) e in the Present, yafi-i-u...
Title:Elucidations of the Student's Greek GrammarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217467695

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