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All The Greek Verbs

Author: N. Marinone
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472502264
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All the Greek Verbs has established itself as an indispensable guide for all learners of Greek. In a clear and simple format, the book sets out over 13,000 verb forms, which are listed alphabetically, and referred to the verbs from which they derive. Poetic and dialect forms are differentiated and grammatical tables set out standard endings and inflexions, making it easy for the student of Greek to navigate their way through the language.

Origins Of The Greek Verb

Author: Andreas Willi
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107195551
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This book traces the evolution of the Indo-European verbal system from the early proto-language to the period of the first Greek texts.

The Syntax And Semantics Of The Verb In Classical Greek

Author: Albert Rijksbaron
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226718581
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The verb is, in any language, the motor of all communication: no verb, no action. In Greek, verb forms change not only with person, number, tense, and voice, but in four possible moods as well. Available now in a special reprint for the North American market, The Syntax and Semantics of the Verb in Classical Greek is an incomparable resource to students and scholars charged with the considerable task of untangling the Greek language’s many complexities. With clear, concise instruction, Albert Rijksbaron shows how the various verb forms contribute to the richness of the Greek literature as we know it, in this essential guide for both novices and experienced practitioners. “[This study] belongs in the library of any Hellenist and any linguist interested in ancient Greek.”—Classics Newsletter (Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft) “Every use is described with concision and clarity.”—Kratylos “The book offers an example of how the empirical thoroughness of traditional Classical scholarship can be brought into contact with general linguistic theory.”—Language