9788772898230

Syntax of the Modern Greek Verbal System

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    9788772898230

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    8772898232

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-01-01
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
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Summary

This new edition has been thoroughly revised and brought into accordance with the rules and the practice of today's language. Numerous examples from different modern texts and from a large database have been added. A detailed index helps the reader to find their way to key words.

Table of Contents

Foreword 7(9)
Introduction
9(5)
Terminology
9(3)
Material
12(2)
Dhimotiki/katharevousa
13(1)
Inflection
14(1)
Person and Number
15(1)
Voice
16(8)
General remarks
16(1)
No opposition active-mediopassive
17(1)
Opposition effective
18(3)
Complete opposition active-mediopassive
18(1)
Partial opposition active-mediopassive
19(2)
Mediopassive with object
21(1)
Recapitulation
22(2)
Aspect, Tense, Mood
24(32)
Aspect
24(5)
Imperfective non-past: λυνω/λυνoμαι
29(1)
Present tense
29(1)
Perfective non-past: λυσω/λυθω
30(5)
Use of the perfective non-past
31(1)
The meaning of the perfective non-past
32(2)
Special constructions
34(1)
The verb πηγαινω/παω
35(1)
Imperfective past: ελυνα/λυνoμoυν
35(6)
Past tense
36(3)
Impf.Past in modal use
39(2)
Perfective past (simple past): ελυσα/λυθηκα
41(2)
The gerund (imperfective infinite active): λυνoντασ
43(1)
Perfective infinite (απαρεμφατo): λυσει/λυθει and the perfect system
44(4)
Perfect: εχω γραΨει
45(1)
Pluperfect: ειχα γραΨει
46(1)
Perfect gerund: εχoντασ γραΨει
47(1)
Word order
47(1)
The perfect participle: γραμμενoσ
48(1)
Imperative expressions
48(8)
Orders and prohibitions
48(2)
Aspectual difference between the imperfective and perfective in order expressions
50(4)
Uses of the imperative forms
54(2)
θα, να, ασ
56(2)
θα
58(12)
Future expressions
58(1)
Inference
59(1)
θα + imperfective non-past
60(1)
θα + perfective non-past
61(1)
θα + imperfective past
62(4)
θα + Impf.Past: aspect value absent
63(2)
θα + Impf.Past: aspect value retained
65(1)
θα + perfective past
66(1)
θα + perfect
66(1)
θα + pluperfect
67(1)
Historical note
68(2)
να
70(53)
No governing element
72(5)
Command, will, order, exhortation
72(1)
Wishes and curses
73(1)
Description (`narrative' να)
74(1)
Questions
74(3)
Exclamation, indignation, protest
77(1)
Governing element other than verb
77(3)
Wishes
78(1)
Other expressions
78(2)
να-clauses governed by a verb
80(14)
να + only imperfective non-past
82(2)
να + mostly imperfective non-past
84(3)
να + Imperf.NP/Perf.NP/Impf.Past/Perfect/Pluperfect
87(4)
να + any non-past or past form
91(3)
Subordinate να-clauses governed by `small words'
94(11)
Definite article + να
94(1)
Preposition + να
95(10)
πoυ and να
105(10)
πoυ or να (but never πoυ να)
106(1)
πoυ να
107(8)
Indefinite relatives and introductives + να
115(3)
Adverbial να-clauses
118(3)
Historical and concluding remarks
121(2)
Indirect speech
123(5)
Main clauses
123(2)
Change of person (and number)
125(1)
Change of tense (and aspect)
125(1)
Free indirect speech
126(1)
Indirect question
127(1)
Negatives
128(11)
δεν
128(1)
μη
129(5)
μη as a sentence negative
130(2)
μη + gerund
132(1)
μη negating a nomen
132(1)
μη in elliptical prohibitions
133(1)
oχι
134(1)
oυιε
135(1)
κανεισ, καθoλoυ, πoτε, πoυθεν&alpha, τιπoτε
136(2)
oυδεισ, oυδεπoτε, oυ(κ)
138(1)
Selected Bibliography 139(1)
Index 140

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