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|Publisher:||D. Appleton & Co.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||377 KB|
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. On the tenses - the article; 2. The article continued; 3. The article continued; 4. The article continued; 5. The article continued; 6. The article continued; 7. The article as demonstrative pronoun; 8. Pronouns continued; 9. Pronouns continued; 10. Of the neuter adjective; 11. Subject and predicate; 12. On the moods; 13. The moods continued; 14. The moods continued; 15. The moods continued; 16. The moods continued; 17. The moods continued; 18. The moods continued; 19. ον and μη; 20. Verbals in τεος; 21. Double accusative; 22. The accusative after passive and neuter verbs; 23. The accusative continued; 24. The genitive; 25. The genitive continued; 26. The genitive continued; 27. The genitive continued; 28. The genitive continued; 29. Comparison; 30. Comparison continued; 31. The dative; 32. The middle voice; 33. Middle voice continued; 34. On the perfect 2; 35. Additional remarks on some of the moods and tenses; 36. On the infinitive; 37. The infinitive continued; 38. The infinitive continued; 39. The participle; 40 The participle continued; 41. The participle continued; 42. The genitive absolute, &c.; 43. The relative; 44. The relative continued; 45. ο οιος συ ανηρ; 46. ουδεις οστις ου; 47. οιος, δεω. μελλω; 48. οπως, ου μη; 49. μη μη ου; 50. μη with relatives, infin., &c.; 51. Some adverbs of time, &c.; 52. On interrogative sentences; 53. Indirect single questions; 54. Double questions; 55. Observations on ει, εαν; 56. Condensed questions; 57. Various constructions; 58. Various constructions continued; 59. List of participles, &c.; Tables; Questions on the syntax; Indexes.