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7βg

Athenaze 7β Grammar

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What is the Nom. Sing. ending for a 3rd decl. noun or adj. ending in a nasal? Long
How do you find the stem of a 3rd decl. noun or adj. ending in a nasal? Look at the gen. sing. form or the neut. nom. sing. form.
How many sets of endings does a 3rd declension adjective have? Two: M/F and N
What is the Greek interrogative pronoun "who" or "what"? τίς, τί
What is the Greek indefinite pronoun and adjective "someone" "something" "some"? τις, τι
How do you tell the difference between the interrogative and indefinite pronoun? The interrogative has an accent on the first syllable. The indefinite has no accent if monosyllabic, and the accent is on the ultima if bisyllabic.
Decline the interrogative pronoun in the M/F. τίς, τίνος, τίνι, τίνα // τίνες, τίνων, τίσι, τίνας
Decline the interrogative pronoun in the Neut. τί, τίνος, τίνι, τί // τίνα, τίνων, τίσι, τίνα
Decline the indefinite pronoun in the M/F. τις, τινός, τινί, τινά // τινές, τινῶν, τισί, τινάς
Decline the indefinite pronoun in the Neut. τι, τινός, τινί, τι // τινά, τινῶν, τισί, τινά
Where will the interrogative pronoun usually appear in a sentence? At the beginning.
Where will an indefinite pronoun usually appear in a sentence? After the word it modifies.
What happens when a ν is followed by a σ? It drops.
What happens when a ρ is followed by a σ? It is retained.
Created by: VeritasGreek1