Greek1001_Part_28 - 3 rd /lus-t luse From perfect, no...

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84 Homework Exercises for Chapter 12 Form Identification: frontÛzv, fronti˙, /frantisA frontistFw, frontistoL ı frontÛw, frontÛdow ² frontistikaw, frontistikF, frontistikan Part of Verbs Nouns/Adjectives Form Speech Person # Tense Voice Mood Case # Gender frontÛzvn frontÛzontow /frontÛsAmen /frontÛsv frontÛsAsyAi frontistikan frontÛdA frontistAÛ frontÛzein frontizameyA frontÛsAte frontÛsAsA frontistikoÛ frontist˙n /frantise(n) /frantisAw frantison /frontÛsAnto frontÛzousi
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85 Form Identification: læv, læsv, ƒlusa læsiw, læsevw, ² læsiow, lusÛa, læsion Part of Verbs Nouns/Adjectives Form Speech Person # Tense Voice Mood Case # Gender læsete læsia læontow læsei læsevw læsousi ƒluse luom¡nhn læsetai lusoæshw læsesyai læein læsin lLsai lusÛoiw /læsv læsesi lLson
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86 First Aorist Active and Middle Athematic formation Active Middle Indicative Sing. 1 st /lus-m ƒlusa /lus±mhn 2 nd /lus-w ƒlusaw /læsaso > /læsv
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Unformatted text preview: 3 rd /lus-t luse From perfect, no personal ending /lsato Plural 1 st /lus-men /lsamen /lusmeya 2 nd /lus-te /lsate /lsasye 3 rd /lus-n(t) lusan /lsanto Imperative 2 Sing. nd lLson Endings obscure in origin lLsai 2 Plu. nd lsate lsasye Infinitive lLsai Old dative ending lsasyai Participle lusantw, lusant = ia, lusant > lsaw, lsasa, lLsan lusmenow, lusamnh, lusmenon The secondary endings of the 1 aorist active were originally added to the stem ending in -s-(athematic st formation). From /lus-m came lusa (a vowel may take the place of an original liquid or nasal after a consonant). The alpha spread to the other forms of the indicative (except 3 singular active), imperative (except 2 rd nd singular active and middle), infinitive, and participle....
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