Verb morphology of modern Greek a descriptive analysis. by Andreas Koutsoudas

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Published by [Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics] in Bloomington .

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  • Greek language, Modern -- Phonology.

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SeriesPublication of the Indiana University Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, and Linguistics,, 24, International journal of American linguistics ;, v. 28, no. 4, pt. 2.
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LC ClassificationsPM101 .I5 vol. 28, no. 4, pt. 2
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Pagination viii, 72 p.
Number of Pages72
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Open LibraryOL5871195M
LC Control Number62063847
OCLC/WorldCa1102100

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The grammar of Modern Greek, as spoken in present-day Greece and Cyprus, is essentially that of Demotic Greek, but it has also assimilated certain elements of Katharevousa, the archaic, learned variety of Greek imitating Classical Greek forms, which used to be the official language of Greece through much of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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They constitute the root of the predicate, which, along with the subject (the “doer” of the verb’s action), forms a full clause or sentence—we cannot have a sentence without a. -μι verbs have disappeared from Modern Greek; the conjugation of the verb ειμαι is formed by analogy with the middle voice.

The imperfect forms agapousa is an early modern innovation from the third person plural ηγάπων reinterpreted as -οσαν under the influence of the sigmatic aorist φίλησαν; εφιλούν became εφιλούσαν and spread from contract verbs like.

The author of this book claims to present 'a segment of the phonological com-ponent of a Transformational Generative Grammar of M. Greek'. The parts are: I Introduction, II Phonology of Modern Greek, III Morphology, IV Morpho-phonemics of the Verb Paradigm, V Special Problems. There is a bibliography of 44 items.

Past (“I helped”), with its own morphology (endings). In Classic Greek, several verbs had a “1st past” and “2nd past” form (usually called “1st & 2nd aorist” in grammar books), and the two forms had absolutely no semantic distinction.

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*psisa). This chapter proposes. The Greek Verb. Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics: Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of Greek Linguistics. Agrigento, OctoberCahiers de Linguistique de Louvain (Bcll)) (Book). The present paper discusses deponent verbs in Modern Greek.

Deponents are claimed to be idiosyncratic, non-canonical verbs representing a mismatch between morphology and syntax/semantics, as they are intransitive verbs exhibiting a morphological form, non-active, without there being an active transitive counterpart.

Since non-active morphology is standardly associated with de-transitivization. Modern Greek presents a rather comp1ex 11ngu1st1c p1cture. Οη the one hand th1s 1anguage 1s the re8~1t ο. a norma1 11ngu1st1c evo1ut1on from the older Greek; ση the other hand.

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A summary verb chart is given for λῦσαι. Additional summary tables are provided for each separate tense. All the basic noun patterns and adjective patterns are provided so that the work is a fairly complete, practical morphology of Greek. The book is a work in progress. Greek language - Greek language - Modern Greek: Modern Greek derives from the Koine via the local varieties that presumably arose during the Byzantine period and is the mother tongue of the inhabitants of Greece and of the Greek population of the island of Cyprus.

Before the population exchange inthere were Greek-speaking communities in Turkey (Pontus and Cappadocia). This Compendium is a collection of Greek verbs used in spoken or written Modern Greek language.

It is intended as a reference aid for establishing the various formations of tenses, moods and voices and to assist in the understanding of a Modern Greek text and in the use of correct forms when speaking or translating from one language to the other.

The object of investigation are the colour -ízo verbs in Modern Greek. The analysis is mainly based on the studies by Berlin & Kay (), Kay & McDaniel (), and Kay & Maffi () on basic colour terms.

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So called second conjugation verbs of SMG–verbs accented on the ultima of the first person singular–were shaped by the addition of ε to α in AG forms such as τιμά > τιμάει. Verbs that are end stressed historically were denominal verbs. The form τιμάω contracted to.

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Verbs. Finite verb indicates tense of the sentence. Paula dreams of a nice holiday. That woman always plays a Ligeti cd on her birthday. Yesterday I walked home. 7. Past tense forms for the verb pléno to wash in modern Greek ; 1sg é-plen-a 1pl plén-ame ; 2sg é .After teaching Greek for more than thirty years and examining many textbooks, I can say without any reservation that this is the best book on Greek morphology that I have seen.

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Differences from Classical Greek. Modern Greek has changed from Classical Greek in morphology and syntax, losing some features and gaining others.

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