Syntax of the Modern Greek Verbal System: The Use of the Forms, Particularly in Combination with èá and vá

Rolf Hesse

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Abstract

The first part of Syntax of the Modern Greek Verbal System(second thoroughly revised edition) deals with the grammatical categrories of verbs (voice, aspect etc.) and the use of each verbal form (ëýíù, ëýóù, Ýëõíá, Ýëõóá, imperatives etc.). The second part deals in detail with the functions of the particles èá, áò and especially õá. Two brief final chapters cover indirect speech and the use of the negatives. Throughout the book the material is supported by numerous examples from literary authors and current linguistic practice, taken in part from a large database. Target group: advanced learners and scholars.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMuseum Tusculanum Press
ISBN (Print)87-7289-823-2
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Languages and Literature

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