The Modern Greek Grammar of Julius David; Translated from the Original French by G. Winnock

The Modern Greek Grammar of Julius David; Translated from the Original French by G. Winnock

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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. 1825* edition. Excerpt: ...will by no means allow it, or hava it so. When however it is the Object of the verb, it is; and if. (emphasis he aimed at, it is repeated; thus, /a myitou, it appears to me; i/thx y.'t fxinrxi Oti -Vf a-c; it appears to ine that you have erred, 3. The monosyllabic personal pronoun, when governed: directly or indirectly, unless the governing Verb be m the imperative Mood, precedes it; fts tLynrcL, he loves me; ifi lilu, he gives me; Imp.e xyx'irx/tt, loyenje; SJtre k, give me. If, of two personal pronouns, in the same Phrase#, the one be directly, and the other indirectly governed, the latter precedes; thus, /u5 T# 'laxt, he gave me; 75 ToVa, f uVa) I told it him; Imp.e S-ft Tv To, give it him; tiri n 73, tell it hjm, The Vulgar, however, very often neglect this rule; and it is pot unusual to hear the following, and similar Phrases tltd Tok, I have seen him, instead of rh ulx. 4. With Compound Tenses, these Pronouns are placed, always in the above order, between the auxiliary and tha Verb; thus, 6ew- rh ilu, I shall see him, I will see hiin; 6 rh avTSfxdxit, He will meet him; Wiki rh eufei, He would find him; H rS 7i lufa, I will shew it him; ( to him ) 6a 7 To Vw (tivS ) I will tell it him, I shall tell it him. The Reader has already seen that, when these pronouns follow the Verb, they become enclitics; and that on the contrary, when they precede it, they preserve their accent. The idiom of the language inclines strongly to the use of these monosyllabic pronouns after other Words, as after certain adverbs; See 'Chan/ XLV, 1, 2, 4, 5, and after some pronouns and adjectives; as, auVoc fxa (1), myself; aTc; o-v, thyself; a.vi Jc 7- himself, 8$c. 5. Jt has been observed, Chap/ XVI, N, I., that the Modern Greek has, properly...show more

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