Flashcards in more on negatives, a bit on the optative and some principle parts Deck (13)
when do two negatives not cancel out in Greek?
when οὐ follows οὐ
when do two negatives cancel out in Greek?
when μη follows οὐ
what does ἐστι mean when it comes at the beginning of a sentence?
'there is...' (it is existential)
what is conveyed by an optative verb and αν?
what is conveyed by an optative on its own, without αν?
what meaning does a μεν on its own convey?
a restrictive sense = at least
in the phrase κορυφης ὑπερτελλοντα, why is κορυφης in the genitive?
because the ὑπερ- has made it so
give the principle parts of ἐλαυνω
ἐλαυνω, ἐλω/ἐλαω, ἠλασα, ἐληλακα, ἐληλαμαι, ἠλαθην
give the principle parts of διδωμι
διδωμι, δωσω, ἐδωκα, δεδωκα, δεδομαι, ἐδοθην
give the principle parts of δοκεω
δοκεω, δοξω, ἐδοξα, ---, δεδογμαι, εδοχθην
what is the difference between οὐ and μη?
οὐ is the negative of fact or statement, and contradicts and denies.
μη is the negative and the will and thought, and rejects and deprecates.
give the principle parts of κτεινω
κτεινω, κτενω/κτενεω, ἐκτεινα/ἐκτανον/ἐκταν, ἐκτονα, ---, ἐκταθην