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1

give 4 verbs which insert σ before θ for their future and aorist passive forms

σειω, ἀκουω, κελευω, κλειω

2

what else happens before θ in the future passive and aorist passive forms?

α, ε, ο lengthen

3

give the formation of the perfect indicative passive

red + stem + -μαι

4

translate λελυμαι

I have been loosed

5

recite λυω in the perfect indicative passive

λελυμαι
λελυσαι
λελυται
λελυμεθα
λελυσθε
λελυνται

6

give the formation of the pluperfect indicative passive

aug + red + stem + μην

7

translate ἐλελυμην

I had been loosed

8

recite λυω in the pluperfect indicative passive

ἐλελυμην
ἐλελυσο
ἐλελυτο
ἐλελυμεθα
ἐλελυσθε
ἐλελυντο

9

give the two ways of saying 'my slave'

ὁ ἐμος δουλος
ὁ δουλος μου

10

give the two ways of saying 'your works'

τα ὑμετερα ἐργα
τα ἐργα ὑμων

11

a) translate 'his gifts'
b) why is there only this way to translate it?

a) το δωρον αὐτου
b) because there is no possessive adj in the 3rd person, only 1st person (ἐμος, η, ον + ἡμετερος, α, ον) and 2nd person (σος, ση, σον + ὑμετερος, α, ον)

12

give 4 ways the greek genitive corresponds to the latin ablative

1. genitive of comparison
2. time within which (ἡμερας)
3. separation
4. genitive absolute

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