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By James Morwood

The Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek offers transparent, concise, and simply understood factors of all of the key issues of Classical Greek grammar. With extra beneficial properties comparable to a word list of grammatical phrases, a vocabulary checklist protecting the entire Greek phrases present in the most textual content, learn assistance, and perform workouts to aid boost wisdom and achieve self assurance, this precious source guarantees that scholars have all of the help they should supplement their language studying. The Oxford Grammar of Classical Greek additionally deals hundreds of thousands of instance sentences illustrating grammatical issues, an evidence of literary phrases, and a consultant to how Classical Greek used to be stated. the 1st booklet of grammar devoted to Classical Greek for college kids in nearly a century, this convenient reference will change latest Greek grammars and aid scholars carry this historic language to life.

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Gen. dat. acc. μέγας μεγάλ-ου μεγάλ-φ μέγαν μεγάλ-η μεγάλ-ης μεγάλ-η μεγάλ-ην μέγα μεγάλ-ου μεγάλ-φ μέγα plural nom. gen. dat. acc. μεγάλ-οι μεγάλ-ων μεγάλ-οις μεγάλ-ους μεγάλ-αι μεγάλ-ων μεγάλ-αις μεγάλ-άς μεγάλ-α μεγάλ-ων μεγάλ-οις μεγάλ-α notice The masculine vocative singular is μεγάλε. abnormal stem πολύς a lot, many m. f. n. singular nom. πολύς gen. πολλού dat. πολλφ acc. πολύν πολλή πολλής πολλή πολλήν πολύ πολλού πολλφ πολύ plural nom. gen. dat. acc. πολλαί πολλών πολλαίς πολλάς πολλά πολλών πολλοίς πολλά πολλοί πολλών πολλοίς πολλούς word either πολύς and μέγας commence within the masculine and neuter as 3rd declension yet switch to the second one within the genitive and dative, and accusative plural. | 3rd declension Stems in -εσ; stems in -ov uncontracted (two terminations) άληθής actual m. & f. εϋφρων kindly n. m. & f. n. singular nom. άληθ-ής άληθ-ές gen. άληθ-οϋς dat. άληθ-εί acc. άληθ-ή άληθ-ές εϋφρων εύφρον εϋφρον-ος εϋφρον-ι εϋφρον-α εύφρον plural nom. gen. dat. acc. εϋφρον-ες εϋφρον-α εύφρόν-ων εϋφροσι(ν) εϋφρον-ας εϋφρον-α άληθ-είς άληθ-ή άληθ-ών άληθ-έσι(ν) άληθ-εϊς άληθ-ή observe 1 The vocative singular kinds are άληθές and εύφρον. 2 Distinguish those from participles in -ων (p. 38). three Comparatives like μείζων have replacement (contracted) endings within the m. & f. acc. singular and the nom. and acc. plural. those shorter varieties have been extra universal in daily speech than in literature. Stems in -ov shrunk (two terminations) μείζων higher, higher (alternative types) m. & f. m. & f. n. singular nom. gen. dat. acc. μείζων μείζον μείζον-ος μείζον-t μείζον-α μείζον plural nom. gen. dat. acc. μείζον-ες μείζον-α μειζόν-ων μείζοσι(ν) μείζον-ας μείζον-α n. μείζω μείζους μείζω μείζους μείζω | combined first/third declension Stems in -υ ήδύς candy m. f. η. singular nom. gen. dat. acc. ήδ-ύς ήδ-έος ήδ-εί ήδ-ύν ήδ-εια ήδ-είάς ήδ-είςι ήδ-εί αν ήδ-ύ ήδ-έος ήδ-εί ήδ-ύ plural nom. gen. dat. acc. ή δ-εις ήδ-έων ήδ-έσι(ν) ή δ-εις ήδ-εΐαι ήδ-ειών ήδ-είαις ήδ-είάς ήδ-έα ήδ-έων ήδ-έσι(ν) ήδ-έα word Distinguish this sort from participles in -υς, e. g. nom. δεικνυς, δεικνϋσα, δεικνύν; gen. δεικνύντος, δεικνυσης, δεικνύντος, and so on. {present lively participle of δείκνϋμι 1 show). Stems in -ν τάλάς unsatisfied m. f. η. singular nom. gen. dat. acc. τάλάς τάλαν-ος τάλαν-ι τάλαν-α τάλαιν-α ταλαίν-ης ταλαίν-η τάλαιν-αν τάλαν τάλαν-ος τάλαν-ι τάλαν plural nom. gen. dat. acc. τάλαν-ες ταλάν-ων τάλασι(ν) τάλαν-ας τάλαιν-αι ταλαιν-ών ταλαίν-αις ταλαίν-άς τάλαν-α ταλάν-ων τάλασι(ν) τάλαν-α Stems in -οντ έκών keen m. f. η. singular nom. gen. dat. acc. έκ-ών έκ-όντος έκ-όντι έκ-όντα έκ-ούσα έκ-ούσης έκ-ούση έκ-ούσαν έκ-όν έκ-όντος έκ-όντι έκ-όν plural nom. gen. dat. acc. έκ-όντες έκ-όντων έκ-ούσι(ν) έκ-όντας έκ-ούσαι έκ-ουσών έκ-ούσαις έκ-ούσάς έκ-όντα έκ-όντων έκ-ούσι(ν) έκ-όντα παύων preventing (present energetic participle of παύω 1 cease) m. f. η. singular nom. gen. dat. acc. παύ-ων παύ-οντος παύ-οντι παύ-οντα παύ-ουσα παυ-ούσης παυ-ούση παύ-ουσαν παύ-ον παύ-οντος παύ-οντι παύ-ον plural nom. gen. dat. acc. παύ-οντες παυ-όντων παύ-ουσι(ν) παύ-οντας παύ-ουσαι παυ-ουσών παυ-ούσαις παυ-ούσας παύ-οντα παυ-όντων παύ-ουσι(ν) παύ-οντα word 1 the current participle of είμί (I am) is ών, ούσα, όν.

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