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Athenaze 7α Grammar

What is the substantive use of the adjective? When an adjective is not attached to a noun, but acts like a noun itself.
What happens when a dental is followed by σ? The dental drops.
What is a dental? A sound pronounced at the teeth.
What letters are dentals in Greek? δ, τ, θ, ζ
What happens when a velar/gutteral is followed by σ? The two combine to form ξ.
What is a velar/gutteral? A sound pronounced in the throat.
What letters are velars in Greek? γ, κ, χ
What happens when a labial is followed by σ? The two combine to form ψ.
What is a labial? A sound pronounced at the lips.
What letters are labials in Greek? β, π, φ
What is the accent rule for 3rd declension nouns? If they are monosyllabic (i.e. their stem is a single syllable), the accent will move to the ultima in the genitive and dative.
What letters drop when at the end of a word? Dentals (δ, θ, τ, ζ)
In what cases are reflexive pronouns? All but the nominative and vocative (i.e. the oblique cases)
Created by: VeritasGreek1