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Author(s): Marek Jerzy Minakowski, PhD
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No. of items: 1518
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Jun 14, 2000
 
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The material concerning syntax was elaborated on the base of the M. Golias and M. Auerbach handbook. Items concerning prepositions were taken from a handbook by H.P.V. Nunn, A Short Syntax of Attic Greek, W. Heffer & Sons Ltd, Cambridge 1948.

In square brackets, there are words that should be placed in the correct form. In that case the rule of minimum changes is in force: as there is no place for all possible answers, the learner should change as little as possible. In particular, every question concerns active voice.

With regard to identity of inf. aor. I and 2 sg. opt. aor. I, aorist optative is always expressed by so-called Aeolic optative. In the case when given form can be either inf. aor. I or 2 sg. opt. aor. I, one should treat is as inf. aor. I.

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