Greek Final

  1. What is the distinguishing mark of a Greek
    Mood Probability. (wn)
  2. What are six uses of the subjunctive?
    • 1. Oratory (1 st person Plural)
    • 2. Deliberate Question
    • 3.Used in subordinate clause (that)
    • 4. Prohibition (un)
    • 5. Conditional (if)
    • 6. Indefinite or General (uv) (ever)
    • 7. Used with clause of fury (I fear)
  3. What does mh mean in a clause of fearing?
    State what is feared
  4. What does it mean if a clause is indefinite or
    reference or time (av+ the subjunctive)
  5. How does Greek indicate that a clause is indefinite?
    av + the subjunctive
  6. What is an indirect statement?
    Dependent clause which becomes direct object of leading verbs.
  7. What is a leading statement? What are examples of a
    leading verb?
    • Thinking/Believing (Pisteou)
    • Hoping (to hear) (elpizo)
    • Percieve (akuow)
    • Knowing (oida)
    • Saying (lego, eipon)
  8. What types of verbs can be main verbs or simple
    predicates in indirect speech?
    • Leading Verbs:
    • Thinking/Believing (pisteuo)
    • Hoping (to hear) (Elpizo)
    • Percieve (Akuow)
    • Knowing (Oida)
    • Saying (lego, eipon)
  9. What cases can be the subject of an indirect
    Nominative and Accusative
  10. What is an articular infinitive?
    • Verbal Noun
    • Formed by neuter definite article + infinitive.
  11. What is the distinguishing mark of a Greek optative?
    Verb of wishes, probability (Look for dipthongs, oi, w)
  12. What are three uses of the optative?
    • 1. Alternative to subjunctive
    • 2. Indefinite or general clause without (av)
    • 3. Alternative to indicative mood in indirect statements.
  13. What is a simple condition?
    • 1. Simple condition is "no idea"
    • 2. Remote condition is "no way" to spot look for "av"
  14. How is a contrary to fact condition formed?
  15. What is an adverbial accusative and how is it formed?
    Neuter accusative of adjective
  16. What is an accusative absolute?
    • Used with participles of impersonal verbs
    • i.e. dei, dokei, exesti(v)
  17. What is an accusative of respect?
    • "with respect to"
    • The superlative adverb is the neuter accusative plural of the superlative adjective.
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