Alpha; A Greek Primer Introductory to Xenophon

Alpha; A Greek Primer Introductory to Xenophon

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...present). When augmented it becomes r. c. It has a second perfect and pluperfect of the-/ form in dual and plural. d. Its second aorist and its perfect are intransitive. The perfect has the force of a present (?ttj(co, have set myself; hence, am standing); the pluperfect has the force of an imperfect (errtjicj, was standing). LESSON XXXI. Pronouns: Personal and Keflexive. Personal pronouns in the nominative case are used mainly for emphasis. The pronouns of the first person, fiov, /tot, fU; of the second, irov, tol, o-; of the third, ov, o, I, and rurt, are enclitics. The pronoun of the third person is used only rarely, and then in a reflexive sense. Its place is supplied: a. In the nominative by a demonstrative pronoun. b. In other cases by the various forms of auros. Position. The genitive of a personal pronoun takes the predicate position; as, 6 ZXos /xov, my friend The genitive of a reflexive pronoun takes the attributive position; as, cjiovcn Tovi tavTuv iraiSas, they love their own boys. 1 Note that the article makes this definite. fios /xov would mean a friend of mine. The reflexive pronouns are formed from the stems of the personal pronouns compounded with airrbs. They have no nominative. In the plural hoth stems are declined together, yet the third person plural has also the compound form. Contracted forms, aavrov, avrov, etc., occur. 5. ws auros ai) Aeyeis, ovBev Vtt ipov aStKovpevos, eVeipai dSi/cr/crcu ipe. II. i. The Greeks love you, but hate us. 2. We will love our friends as ourselves. 3. You have three brothers, but / have none. 4. That man does not love his own daughter (the daughter of himself). 5. His mother helped Kuros, because she loved participle) him more than the king. 6. People do not more

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