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1.1. SUBJECT - FINITE VERB
1.2. NOUN - ADJECTIVE/PRONOUN
1.3. ANTECEDENT - RELATIVE PRONOUN
1.4. APPOSITION
2.1. MEANING OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE
2.2. POSITION OF THE ARTICLE AND ADJECTIVAL PHRASES
2.3. PRONOMINAL USES OF THE ARTICLE
3.1. THE THREE USES OF THE ‘INTENSIVE’ PRONOUN αὐτός
3.7. ἄλλος AND ἕτερος
4.1. MEANINGS AND LABELS
4.2. THE GENITIVE
4.2.1. As required supplement with verbs/adjectives
4.2.2. With nouns (attributively)
4.2.3. With sentences (adverbially)
4.3. THE DATIVE
4.3.1. As required supplement with verbs/adjectives
4.3.2. With nouns (attributively)
4.3.3. With sentences (adverbially)
4.4. THE ACCUSATIVE
4.4.1. As required supplement with verbs
4.4.2. Internal object
4.4.3. With sentences (adverbially)
4.4.4. Apposition to a sentence
5.1. TEMPORAL MODIFIERS
5.2. SPATIAL MODIFIERS
6.1 FREQUENT USES OF THE PREPOSITIONS
6.2. SOME OTHER WORDS USED AS PREPOSITIONS
7.1. INTRODUCTION TO TENSE AND ASPECT
7.2. THE GREEK TENSE SYSTEM
7.3. THE GREEK ASPECT SYSTEM
7.4. SYNTHESIS: THE 7 INDICATIVES
7.5. NARRATIVE AND NON-NARRATIVE TEXTS
7.6. THE INDICATIVE IN MAIN CLAUSES
7.6.1. Present
7.6.2. Aorist, imperfect, historic present
7.6.3. Aorist and imperfect: overview
7.6.3. Future
7.6.4. Perfect, pluperfect, future perfect
7.7. OTHER MOODS IN MAIN CLAUSES
7.7.1. Modal indicative
7.7.2. Optative
7.7.3. Subjunctive
7.7.4. Imperative
7.7.5. Overview of the uses of moods in main clauses
8.1. THE GREEK VOICE SYSTEM
8.2. PASSIVE
8.3. MIDDLE
8.4. DEPONENT VERBS
9.1. DYNAMIC AND DECLARATIVE INFINITIVES
9.2. THE DECLARATIVE INFINITIVE
9.3. THE DYNAMIC INFINITIVE
9.4. TENSE AND ASPECT OF DECLARATIVE AND DYNAMIC INFINITIVES
9.5. VERBS TAKING BOTH CONSTRUCTIONS
9.6. THE INFINITIVE WITH VERBS OF PREVENTING AND DENYING
9.7. THE ARTICULAR INFINITIVE
9.8. OTHER USES OF THE INFINITIVE
10.1. TENSE AND ASPECT OF PARTICIPLES
10.2. THE SUPPLEMENTARY PARTICIPLE
10.2.1. Verbs taking either participle or infinitive
10.3. THE ATTRIBUTIVE PARTICIPLE
10.4. THE CIRCUMSTANTIAL PARTICIPLE
10.5. PERIPHRASTIC USES OF THE PARTICIPLE
11.1. INTRODUCTION, WEATHER TERMS
11.3. OTHER IMPERSONAL VERBS AND THEIR CONSTRUCTIONS
11.4. ACCUSATIVE ABSOLUTE
11.5. VERBAL ADJECTIVES
12.1. INDIRECT SPEECH AND THOUGHT
12.2. WITH A DECLARATIVE INFINITIVE
12.3. WITH A ὅτι/ὡς-CLAUSE
12.4. SUBORDINATE CLAUSES IN INDIRECT DISCOURSE
13.1. INTRODUCTION
13.2. DIRECT YES/NO-QUESTIONS AND ALTERNATIVE QUESTIONS
13.3. DIRECT SPECIFYING QUESTIONS
13.4. THE USE OF MOODS IN DIRECT QUESTIONS
13.5. INDIRECT QUESTIONS
13.6. THE USE OF MOODS IN INDIRECT QUESTIONS
13.7. IS THAT A QUESTION?
14.1. DIRECTIVES (COMMANDS AND EXHORTATIONS)
15.1. PREDICATES, SUBORDINATION AND CLAUSES
15.2. TYPES OF SUBORDINATE CLAUSE
16.1. VERBS OF FEARING AND APPREHENSION
16.2. VERBS OF EFFORT, PRECAUTION AND CONTRIVING
16.3. SOME ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
17.1. INTRODUCTION
- A temporal clause
17.2. TEMPORAL CLAUSES REFERRING TO THE PRESENT OR PAST
17.3. TEMPORAL CLAUSES REFERRING TO THE FUTURE
17.4. TEMPORAL CLAUSES REFERRING TO A HABITUAL OCCURRENCE
18.1. INTRODUCTION
18.2. THE CAUSAL USE OF TEMPORAL CLAUSES
18.3. ὅτι AND διότι
19.1. INTRODUCTION
19.2. CONSTRUCTION OF PURPOSE CLAUSES
20.1. INTRODUCTION
20.2. CONSTRUCTION OF RESULT CLAUSES
20.2.1. With the moods of independent sentences
20.2.2. With the infinitive
21.1. INTRODUCTION
21.2. NEUTRAL CONDITIONS
21.7. SOME ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
21.8. OVERVIEW OF CONDITIONALS
22.1. INTRODUCTION
22.2. ANTECEDENT, AGREEMENT, ATTRACTION AND CONNECTION
22.3. MOODS AND TENSES IN RELATIVE CLAUSES
24.1. INTRODUCTION
24.2. PARTICLES THAT PLAY A ROLE IN STRUCTURING A TEXT
24.3. PARTICLES OF SCOPE
24.4. INTERACTIONAL PARTICLES
25.1. INTRODUCTION
25.2. MULTIPLE NEGATIVES
25.3. IN MAIN CLAUSES
25.4. IN QUESTIONS
25.5. WITH INFINITIVES
25.6. WITH PARTICIPLES
25.7. IN SUBORDINATE CLAUSES
26.1. AS A CONJUNCTION
26.2. AS AN ADVERB
26.3. AS A PREPOSITION
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