A Romaic Grammar; Accompanied by a Chrestomathy, with a Vocabulary

A Romaic Grammar; Accompanied by a Chrestomathy, with a Vocabulary

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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. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ...speaker and the person addressed. It may be observed here, that when the object is near the person addressed, aivog is used ( 163). E. g. Tovtoi ol qiiloi, These friends. To taxalgt Tovto, This knife, which is near me. 'Extirov xov xaioov, Of that time. Ti-&a To xdftr, ? avio; What will you do with that, which is near you 1 Note. The same remark applies also to the corresponding adverbs US, here, a'uTtS, there, where you are, and ixu, there. 2. 'Exuvoq, t, o, means also he, she, it. E. g. Ti a' tin ixeirog; What did he say to you? 173. The neuters Tovto and ixuro, (also avxo when used demonstratively, ) may be put in apposition with a clause. E.g. 'AlX' Sv aTii&avtv o ndoxtov, tovxo 5iv tivai ivrgontj, Bui if the patient has died, --this is no disgrace. RELATIVE PRONOUN. 174. 1. The relative pronoun agrees with the noun to which it refers in gender and number; its case is determined by the clause in which it stands. 'O uvdqamog, o ono'og rjk&i X&Si ai'Otfwpjjae oy/itgor, The man who came yesterday, has departed to-day. 'H dvydrriQ tov, xrv bnoiav dyanovoe noXii, dni&avt, His daughter, whom he loved much, is dead. 'O ovyyQctfpsvg, iov bnolov To avyygafi/ja i&avfiiio&tj, ixaraSixaadij tig $avaxov, The author, whose work has been admired, is condemned to death. The word to which the relative refers is called the antecedent. 2. If the relative refers to two or more antecedents, it is put in the plural, and in the leading gender 144. 2). E. g. Ol aidttg xal at yvvaixtg xal id nmSla ol bnotot avaxtagrjaav, The men and women and children who have departed. At yvraixtg xal ra naidla ai onolai Ttgoa/xivovr, The women and children who are waiting. 175. The indeclinable bnov is almost always used as...show more

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