Greek Tables for the Use of Students

Greek Tables for the Use of Students

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by Alpheus Crosby
     
 

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The principles upon which the Tables of Paradigms have been constructed, are the following: I. To avoid needless repetition; II. To give the forms just as they appear upon the Greek page, that is, without abbreviation and without hyphens; III. To represent the language according to its actual use, and not according to the theories or fancies of the Alexandrine

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The principles upon which the Tables of Paradigms have been constructed, are the following: I. To avoid needless repetition; II. To give the forms just as they appear upon the Greek page, that is, without abbreviation and without hyphens; III. To represent the language according to its actual use, and not according to the theories or fancies of the Alexandrine and Byzantine grammarians; IV. To distinguish between regular and irregular usage.

—from the Preface

Contents

I. Tables of Orthography and Orthoepy

II. Tables of Etymology

III. Principal Rules of Syntax

IV. Forms of Analysis and Parsing

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