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Greek 101, Week One: Grammar and Vocabulary

by: Tristen Pennington

Greek 101, Week One: Grammar and Vocabulary GREK 101

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These notes cover Chapter 2 vocabulary and Chapter 1 grammar. (No vocab. for Ch. 1.) Chapter one is all about accents, breathing, and punctuation.
Elementary Greek I
Molly Mata
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Ancient Greece, Greek, Greek 101, Elementary Greek, Ancient Greek, Greek Grammar
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tristen Pennington on Tuesday September 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GREK 101 at University of New Mexico taught by Molly Mata in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Elementary Greek I in GREK - Greek at University of New Mexico.


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Date Created: 09/06/16
Chapter 1  Thursday, September 1, 2016  7:18 PM  Accents  Acute: /  Grave: \  Circumflex: ~    sl: short or long syllable  s: short syllable ε, ο; sometimes α, ι, υ; αι, οι when they end a word.  l: long syllable η, ω; sometimes α, ι, υ; αι, οι when they end a word.         Position 3: accent on antepenult only acute and only if last syllable is short.  Position 2: accent on penult. If penult is long and followed by short syllable, accent is circumflex. Otherwise, it is acute.  Position 1: if ultima is long, accent is usually circumflex. If ultima is short, accent is acute.     Breathings  Always on vowel, diphthong, or p.   Short breathing = apostrophe. ) silent. "eh-go"  Rough breathing = backwards apostrophe. (  adds h sound. "hae-go"    Punctuation  Period and comma as in English. . ,  Colon and semicolon, period above line. •  Question mark, English semicolon. ;  Capital letters not used at the start of a sentence. Used in proper nouns, quotations, and beginning of paragraph.  Quotation marks are not used in greek, but sometimes « is used.     Chapter 2   Thursday, September 1, 2016  2:58 PM    Verbs  Θυω   to sacrifice  Κωλύω   to hinder  Φέρω   to carry, bear, bring  Φεύγω   to flee  ΄Εχω   to have  Αγω   to lead  Διώκω   to pursue  Λύω   to loosen or set free  Πέμπω   to send  Γράφω   to write  Φυλάττω   to guard      Conjunction  s  Καί   also, even, and  Άλλά  but  Ού, Ούκ, Ού     ot     


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