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1

give the 4 types of greek conditional sentence

1. simple or logical conditional
2. general or indefinite
3. contrary-to-fact or unfulfilled
4. future

2

explain what simple/logical conditionals are

a logical connotation: 'if A then B'

3

how does a general/indefinite conditional differ from a simple/logical conditional?

you can insert the word 'ever' into the protasis

4

what do general/indefinite conditionals have the same syntax as?

indefinite relative clauses (which is why they're sometimes called 'conditional relatives')

5

how else can εαν be spelt?

ην or αν (long alpha)

6

what makes a contrary-to-fact/unfulfilled conditional different?

the fact that it denotes if something were/had been the case

7

give the three types of future conditional

1. future less vivid
2. future more vivid
3. future most vivid

8

give an english eg of a future less vivid

if we were to visit athens next year, we might see the Parthenon

9

give an english eg of a future more vivid

if you come over tonight we'll have pizza

10

give an english eg of a future most vivid

if you do that Antigone, Creon will kill you!

11

what's special about the number of ημαρ?

it can be singular or plural

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