The limitations of the predicative position in Greek
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The limitations of the predicative position in Greek a dissertation presented to the Board of University Studies of the John Hopkins University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Alfred William Milden

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Published by J. Murphy in Baltimore .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Verb phrase,
  • Greek language -- Verb phrase

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Alfred William Milden.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (26 fr.).
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21881117M
ISBN 100665405308

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Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve [], Syntax of Classical Greek [Gildersleeve]. Click here to run a substantive, and adjective. § § Limitations of the predicative position. § Predicative position in phrases that have to do with the person. § Predicative positions. § § First Position: § Description of predicative nouns in a Modern Greek financial corpus frequency of use of predicative nouns in each sub-corpus. Therefore, the results of our research could be useful in enhancing learning of Modern Greek as a foreign/second language in special interested groups. Also, we studied the context of predicativeAuthor: Rania Voskaki, Eleni Tziafa, Kyriaki Ioannidou. The Limitations of the Predicative Position in Greek by AW Milden A Treatise on the Grammar of the New Testament Dialect by Thomas Green The Greek Testament Roots by Author: Heinz Schmitz.   1. Introduction. The predicative encoding of possession in Ancient Greek is characterized by the grammatically important distinction between two major construction types: constructions with verbs whose semantic content has a specific possessive predicational function, e.g. ékhō ‘have’, 1 and constructions with a form of the verb ‘to be’, generally eînai, in combination with an Author: Maria Carmela Benvenuto, Flavia Pompeo.