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Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #3
(Chs. XV-XX)



1. When you apply R.I.T. (Recognition, Identification, Translation) to the following five Greek words- e!balon, ei!don, ei!pon, e!labon, and h!lthon - would you call them verbs or nouns? ___________ If they are nouns, are they first or second declension? _______________ If they are verbs, are they primary or secondary? ________________ Whichever, please indicate the reasons for your choice and say whatever else you are able about them.

e!balon
ei!don
ei!pon
e!labon
h!lqon


2. When you see the personal verbal endings "mai-sai-tai-meqa-sqe-ntai" or "mhn-so-to-meqa-sqe-nto" what is the first thing that comes to mind for you?

3. We learned that the imperfect and the second aorist are almost identical in appearance except for one feature. Do you remember what that feature is? If so, please explain.

4. Let's see if we can remember some other distinguishing features of verb tenses in Greek.

The sign of the regular future is: no augment (future is primary, not secondary) and _______________ in the ending.

The sign of the first Aorist active is _______________ and ________________ .

The sign of the first Aorist passive is ______________ and ________________ .

The sign of the future passive is _______________ and _________________.

5. What is a "deponent" verb?

6. The "principal parts" chart helps us to recognize - among other things - the irregular verbs. For example: e!rcomai (a deponent verb) in the first principal part is followed by parts two, three, and six: ejleuvsomai, h!lqon, ejlhvluqa. Can you remember the pattern for levgw?

7. When you see a verb with an augment and one of the endings: sa-sa"-se-samen-sate-san, you "recognize" (R.I.T.) that the verb is what tense? _____________________

8. In the same vein, what tense are verbs with these endings: samhn-saso-sato-sameqa-sasqe-santo and qhn-qh"-qh-qhmen-qhte-qhsan? ___________________

9. Can you complete the declension of these two third declension nouns?

SingularPlural
N. a!rcwnN. a!rconte"
G. a!rconto"G.
D.D.
A.A.
SingularPlural
N. o!nomaA. ojnovmata
G. ojnovmato"G.
D.D.
A.A.


10. See if you can fill in the missing pieces of the present active participle endings here:

SINGULAR
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. luwvnluouvsa
G. luvonto"luouvsh"luvonto"
D. luvonti
A. luvon
PLURAL
N. luvonte"luvousailuvonta
G. luouvntwn
D. luouvsi(n)
A. luvonta"luouvsa"


11. The M/P present participle is formed by adding -men, the connecting vowel, and the second declension (M or N) or the first declension (F of the "eta" consistent pattern) to the present stem of the verb (and looks like this: luovmeno", luovmenh, etc.) .

True ____________ or False ___________

SENTENCES

R.I.T. = Recognize and put (__) around the verbs, underline the nouns, and put [__] around the participles. Then identify all you know. Translate whatever you can.

1. Ihsou~" deV ejkravxen kaiV ei!pen, oJ pisteuvwn eij" ejmeV ouj pisteuvei eij" eme ajllaV eij" toVn pevmpsantav me. (John 12:44)

2. KaiV aujtov" e!stin hJ kefalhv tou~ swvmato" thV" ekklhsiva". (Col 1:18)

3. Eij ajlhqh~ e!sti taV legovmena u@po tw~n ajkolouqhvsantwn tw~/ dou~lw ejn thV Galilaiva ajpoktenou~sin aujtovn oiJ ajrcierei~".

4. KaiV labwvn tou~" pevnte a!rtou" kaiV tou~" duvo ijcquva", ajnablevya" eij" toVn oujranovn eujloghvsen kaiV e!lege toi~" maqhtai~".

5. toV pneuvma toV a!gion pevmpsei oJ pathvr ejn tw~/ ojnovmati mou~, ejkei~no uJmav" didavxei...

Greek Camp 1998
Quiz #3 Answer Key
(Chs. XV-XX)


1. When you apply R.I.T. (Recognition, Identification, Translation) to the following five Greek words- e!balon, ei!don, ei!pon, e!labon, and h!lqon - would you call them verbs or nouns? verbs If they are nouns, are they first or second declension? _______________ If they are verbs, are they primary or secondary? secondary Whichever, please indicate the reasons for your choice and say whatever else you are able about them.

e!balon - 1st Sing or 3rd Pl, 2nd aorist active indicative = 3rd principal part of bavllw
ei!don - 1st Sing or 3rd Pl, 2nd aorist active indicative = 3rd principal part of blevpw/oJravw,
ei!pon - 1st Sing or 3rd Pl, 2nd aorist active indicative = 3rd principal part of levgw
e!labon - 1st Sing or 3rd Pl, 2nd aorist active indicative = 3rd principal part of lambavnw
h!lqon - 1st Sing or 3rd Pl, 2nd aorist active indicative = 3rd principal part of e!rcomai

2. When you see the personal verbal endings "mai-sai-tai-meqa-sqe-ntai" or "mhn-so-to-meqa-sqe-nto" what is the first thing that comes to mind for you? Middle/Passive

3. We learned that the imperfect and the second aorist are almost identical in appearance except for one feature. Do you remember wht that feature is? If so, please explain. changed stem

4. Let's see if we can remember some other distinguishing features of verb tenses in Greek.

The sign of the regular future is: no augment (future is primary, not secondary) and s in the ending.

The sign of the first Aorist active is augment and sa.

The sign of the first Aorist passive is augment and qh .

The sign of the future passive is qh and s(o)mai.

5. What is a "deponent" verb?
Middle/Passive form but active in meaning

6. The "principal parts" chart helps us to recognize - among other things - the irregular verbs. For example: e!rchomai (a deponent verb) in the first principal part is followed by parts two, three, and six: ejleuvsomai, h!lqon, ejlhvluqa. Can you remember the pattern for levgw?

levgw, e!rw, ei!pon, ejrrevqhn

7. When you see a verb with an augment and one of the endings: sa-sa"-se-samen-sate-san you "recognize" (R.I.T.) that the verb is what tense? aorist

8. In the same vein, what tense are verbs with these endings: samhn-saso-sato-sameqa-sasqe-santo and qhn-qh"-qh-qhmen-qhte-qhsan? aorist

9. Can you complete the declension of these two third declension nouns?

SingularPlural
N. a!rcwnN. a!rconte"
G. a!rconto"G. ajrcovntwn
D. a!rcontiD. a!rcousi
A. a!rcontaA. a!rconta"
SingularPlural
N. o!nomaA. ojnovmata
G. ojnovmato"G. ojnomavtwn
D. ojnovmatiD. ojnovmasi
A. o!nomaA. ojnovmata


10. See if you can fill in the missing pieces of the present active participle endings here:

SINGULAR
MasculineFeminineNeuter
N. luvwnluvousaluvon
G. luvonto"luouvsh"luvonto"
D. luvontiluouvsh/luvonti
A. luvontaluouvsanluvon
PLURAL
N. luvonte"luouvsailuvonta
G. luouvntwnluouvswnluvontwn
D. luouvsi(n)luouvsai"luouvsi(n)
A. luvonta"luvousa"luvonta


11. The M/P present participle is formed by adding -men, the connecting vowel, and the second declension (M or N) or the first declension (F of the "eta" consistent pattern) to the present stem of the verb (and looks like this: luovmeno", luomevnh, etc.) .

True ___X___ or False ___________

SENTENCES

R.I.T. = Recognize and put (__) around the verbs, underline the nouns, and put [__] around the participles. Then identify all you know. Translate whatever you can.

1. Ihsou~" deV (ejkravxen) kaiV (ei!pen), oJ [pisteuvwn] eij" ejmev ouj (pisteuvei) eij" ejmev ajllaV eij" toVn [pevmpsantav] me. (John 12:44)

2. KaiV aujtov" (e!stin) hJ kefalhV tou~ swvmato" th~" ekklhsiva". (Col 1:18)

3. Eij ajlhvqh (e!sti) taV [legovmena] u@po tw~n [akolouqhvsantwn] tw~/ dou~lw/ ejn thV Galilaiva (ajpoktevnousin) aujtovn oiJ ajrcierei~".

4. KaiV [labwvn] tou~" peVnte a!rtou" kaiV tou~" duvo ijchquva", [ajnablevya"] eij" toVn oujranovn (eujloghvsen) kaiV (e!lege) toi~" maqhtai~".

5. toV pneuvma toV a@gion (pevmpsei) oJ pathvr ejn tw~/ ojnovmati mou~, ejkei~no uJmav" (didavxei)...

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