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A grammar of the Greek language / by Alpheus Crosby.

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        StatementScholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library
        PublishersScholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library
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        LC ClassificationsDecember 21, 2005
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        Paginationxvi, 109 p. :
        Number of Pages65
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        ISBN 101425551092
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Brand New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. Hence, in many verbs, either wholly or in part, the middle voice takes the place of the active. Iambics march from short to long; — With a leap and a bound the swift Anapaests throng ; One syllable long, with one short at each side, Amphibrachys hastes with a stately stride ;- — First and last being long, middle short, Amphimacer Strikes his thundering hoofs like a proud high-bred Racer.

Marsh, in his able Lectures on the English Language, thus distinguishes: The grammar of the Greek language is much more flexible, more Excerpt from A Compendious Grammar of the Greek Language It may be added that the Greek, from the much greater fulness of its forms and variety of its constructions, cannot be as adequately treated as the Latin, except in a larger volume.

Marsh, in his able Lectures on the English Language, thus distinguishes: The grammar of the Greek language is much more flexible, more tolerant of aberration, less rigid in its requirements, than the Latin. This is particularly frequent in the Future.

at, to be able, vooftat, to rejoice. directions are intended to show how they are used, even to those who do not know their full meaning or purpose.

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The principles upon which the Tables of Paradigms have been constructed, are the following: I. The middle and passive voices have a common form, except in the Future and Aorist. Excerpt from A Grammar of the Greek Language The subject of euphonic laws and changes has received a larger share of attention than is usual in works of this kind, but not larger than I felt compelled to bestow, in treating of a language, Whose law was heavenly beauty, and-whose breath Enrapturing music.

Principal Rules of Syntax IV. To give the forms just as they appear upon the Greek page, that is, without abbreviation and without hyphens; III. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of r Excerpt from A Grammar of the Greek Language The subject of euphonic laws and changes has received a larger share of attention than is usual in works of this kind, but not larger than I felt compelled to bestow, in treating of a language, Whose law was heavenly beauty, and-whose breath Enrapturing music.

' What would you like to know about this product? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. ; citing, from the Grammar, the appropriate Rule, Remark, or Note. To avoid needless repetition; II. And even in the Future and Aorist, the distinction in sense between the two voices is not always preserved. The reflexive sense of the middle voice often becomes so indistinct, that this voice does not differ from the active in its use.

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