First Greek Lessons

First Greek Lessons

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847 edition. Excerpt: ...is the first aor. mid. afttjv co' aro afts&ov ao&ov ao&tjv afie&u aa&s avto 232. Vocabulary 26. Guard-myself; defend-myself cpvXdaooftcu Let: mid. cause to be let to myself; ) . hire Provide myself with naqa-axevd'Qopai Stop (trans.); mid.soy(intrans.), ) cease navco Deponent. Force, compel @idopu. Exercise 54. 233. I was defending myself. I shall defend myself. The Persians were defending themselves. I have hired the garden. He stopt. I have stopt. I shall lament. He was lamenting. He lamented. I have stopt (177). I haveprovided-myself-with this axe. I shall stop. He hired the garden. They will hire the garments. The boy has lied. I was bathing. They have washed themselves. He forced the poet to bring flowers to the temple of Minerva. The man who proclaims (218) the victory defended himself. Philip is a little (fellow). Give this to him. Is Anchises in the city? I will compel the geometer to pluck the flowers. He who does this is a base (person). O daughter, provide yourself with strength. I am come to write (that I may write) a letter. Lesson 74. (Active verbs with future middle.) 234. Many active verbs have a fut. of the mid. form. Of these, &ctvftdm, (wonder-at, admire); xoXdco, (chastise); oifimm, (cry. out); #, a'ar, (hunt);1 have been given in the Vocabularies.2 Exercise 55. 235. The boy will hunt the hares. You-two will admire the beauty of the harbour. You (pl.) will punish the boy. The boy will cry-out. You (pl.) will pursue the hare. You (sing.) will admire the dove's wing. The other Persians will pursue the wild-beast. Who in-the-world will pursue the wild beast? Who in-theworld will chastise the base flatterer? Who in-theworld built the temple of Minerva? O lawgiver, do not admire the false wisdom of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236536665
  • 9781236536662