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Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #2
(Chs. VIII-XIV)


1. The conjunction de is "postpositive" which means that it is actually translated prior to the word preceding it.
True ___________ or False __________

2. Please supply in the space below the dative personal pronouns for the first, second and third persons singular and plural. And since the third singular can be either masculine, feminine or neuter there will be three corresponding forms of that person.

1st person2nd person3rd Masc.3rd Fem.3rd Neut.
Singular
Plural


3. Please complete the following paradigm for the present active indicative for the verb "to be":
Singular
1. ei!mi
2.
3.

Plural
1.
2.
3.

4. The demonstrative pronouns "this" and "that" in Greek are ou%to" and ekeivno". In the space below provide the NGDA singular and plural for the feminine paradigm of ou%to":

Singular
N.
G.
D.
A.

Plural
N.
G.
D.
A.

5. The personal pronoun aujtov" has three special uses. First, when used with nouns in the predicative position it intensifies the noun and is usually translated "the (whatever noun) itself." Secondly, when used with a verb, aujtov" intensifies the subject already contained in the personal ending of the verb and is usually translated "she herself" and "I myself", etc. The third use when placed in the attributive position between the definite article and the noun is usually translated with the English word __________________ .

6. What is the paradigm pattern of endings for the present middle/passive of the primary tenses of the Greek verb?

Singular
1. mai
2.
3.

Plural
1.
2.
3.

7. The secondary tenses of the Greek verb are past tense verbs. The imperfect tense can be recognized by three indicators: a) e or augment at the beginning b) the present stem of the verb, and c) the personal endings which differ from those of the PAI. These endings are:

Singular
1. on
2.
3.

Plural
1.
2.
3.

_____________________________________________________________

Please write out the English equivalents of the following Greek words.
eujaggevlion_______________e!rcomai_______________
ejsqivw_______________e!rgon_______________
khruvssw_______________qaumavzw_______________
_____________________________________________________________

8. Please try to recall and write out the paradigm for the imperfect of the verb "to be".

Singular
1. hjmhvn
2.
3.

Plural
1.
2.
3.

9. In #7 we remembered the secondary/imperfect identification of the active form; now let's do the same with the middle/passive form. The three things to look for are: a) augment, b) present stem and c) personal endings. The personal endings are:

Singular
1. mhn
2.
3.

Plural
1.
2.
3.

10. Moving back to primary tenses of the Greek verb, we already know the paradigm for the active and middle/passive personal endings (no augment, of course, because that would be a sign of the secondary system). Please reproduce the endings for the Future active and middle (the future passive comes later). Hint: just add "s" to the endings you already know for the present system!

Future ActiveFuture Middle
SingularSingular
1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.
PluralPlural
1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.


11. Now try to recall the personal endings for the First Aorist active and middle of the Greek verb. Hint: the sign of the first aorist is augment + sa.

First Aorist ActiveFirst Aorist Middle
SingularSingular
1. 1.
2.2.
3.3.
PluralPlural
1.1.
2.2.
3.3.


12. In the following sentences please put (_________) around the verbs and underline the nouns (and adjectives) and add all you can at this point about all the other parts of the sentences.

A. ouJpw blevpomen toVn kurivon en thV dovxh aujtou~, ajllaV ejdidaskovmeqa uJp' aujtou~ kaiV en tai~" hJmevrai" tai~" kavkai".

B. ejxhrcevsqe ejk tw~n oijkw~n uJmw~n.

C. povnhroi h!san au%toi, povnhrou" deV e!pempsan eij" thVn ejkklhvsian.

D. tovte hjkouvsamen tau~ta" taV" e!ntola", ajllav" deV ajkouvsomen en thV ejkklhsiva.

_______________________________________________________________


One last request: what English equivalent would you give the Greek verb pisteuvw? _________________________


Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #2 Answer Key
(Chs.VIII-XIV)


1. The conjunction de is "postpositive" which means that it is actually translated prior to the word preceding it.
True___X___ or False __________

2. Please supply in the space below the dative personal pronouns for the first, second and third persons singular and plural. And since the third singular can be either masculine, feminine or neuter there will be three corresponding forms of that person.

>hJmivn
1st person2nd person3rd Masc.3rd Fem.3rd Neut.
Singularejmoivsoivaujtw~/aujth~/aujtw~/
PluraluJmi~naujtoi~"aujtai~"aujtoi~"


3. Please complete the following paradigm for the present active indicative for the verb "to be":
Singular
1. eijmiv
2. ei^
3. ejstiv(n)

Plural
1. ejsmevn
2. e!ste
3. eijsiv(n)

4. The demonstrative pronouns "this" and "that" in Greek are ou%to" and ejkeivno". In the space below provide the NGDA singular and plural for the feminine paradigm of ou%to":

Singular
N. au@th
G. tauvth"
D. tauvth/
A. tauvthn

Plural
N. au%tai
G. touvtwn
D. tauvtai"
A. tauvta"

5. The personal pronoun aujtov" has three special uses. First, when used with nouns in the predicative position it intensifies the noun and is usually translated "the (whatever noun) itself." Secondly, when used with a verb, aujtov" intensifies the subject already contained in the personal ending of the verb and is usually translated "she herself" and "I myself", etc. The third use when placed in the attributive position between the definite article and the noun is usually translated with the English word _______same_______.

6. What is the paradigm pattern of endings for the present middle/passive of the primary tenses of the Greek verb?

Singular
1. mai
2. sai
3. tai

Plural
1. meqa
2. sqe
3. ntai

7. The secondary tenses of the Greek verb are past tense verbs. The imperfect tense can be recognized by three indicators: a) e or augment at the beginning b) the present stem of the verb, and c) the personal endings which differ from those of the PAI. These endings are:

Singular
1. on
2. e"
3. e

Plural
1. omen
2. ete
3. on

_____________________________________________________________

Please write out the English equivalents of the following Greek words.
eujaggevlion gospel e!rcomai I come, I go
ejsqivw I eat e!rgon work
khruvssw I proclaim, I preach qaumavzw I wonder, I marvel
_____________________________________________________________

8. Please try to recall and write out the paradigm for the imperfect of the verb "to be".

Singular
1. h^n
2. h^"
3. h^

Plural
1. h^men
2. h^te
3. h^san

9. In #7 we remembered the secondary/imperfect identification of the active form; now let's do the same with the middle/passive form. The three things to look for are: a) augment, b) present stem and c) personal endings. The personal endings are:

Singular
1. mhn
2. so
3. to

Plural
1. meqa
2. sqe
3. nto

10. Moving back to primary tenses of the Greek verb, we already know the paradigm for the active and middle/passive personal endings (no augment, of course, because that would be a sign of the secondary system). Please reproduce the endings for the Future active and middle (the future passive comes later). Hint: just add "s" to the endings you already know for the present system!

Future ActiveFuture Middle
SingularSingular
1. sw1. somai
2. sei"2. sesai (se)
3. sei3. setai
PluralPlural
1. somen1. someqa
2. sete2. sesqe
3. sousi(n)3. sontai


11. Now try to recall the personal endings for the First Aorist active and middle of the Greek verb. Hint: the sign of the first aorist is augment + sa.

First Aorist ActiveFirst Aorist Middle
SingularSingular
1. sa1. samhn
2. sa"2. saso (sw/)
3. se(v)3. sato
PluralPlural
1. samen1. sameqa
2. sate2. sasqe
3. san3. santo


12. In the following sentences please put (_________) around the verbs and underline the nouns (and adjectives) and add all you can at this point about all the other parts of the sentences.

A. ou!pw (blevpomen) toVn kuvrion ejn thV dovxh aujtou~, ajllaV (ejdidaskovmeqa) uJp' aujtou~ kaiV ejn tai~" hJmevrai" tai~" kavkai".
We do not yet see the Lord in the glory of him, but we were being taught by him even in the evil days.

B. (ejxhvrcesqe) ejk tw~n oijkw~n uJmw~n.
You were going out of the houses of you all.

C. povnhroi (h^san) aujtoiv, ponhrou~" deV (ejpevmpsan) eij" th~n ejkklhsivan.
They themselves were evil, and they sent evil men into the church.

D. tovte (hjkouvsamen) tau~ta" taV" ejntolav", a!lla" deV (ajkouvsomen) ejn thV ekklhvsia.
Then we heard these commandments, but we will hear others (commandments) in the church.

_______________________________________________________________


One last request: what English equivalent would you give the Greek verb pisteuvw? ___I believe___


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