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Rolf Hesse's Syntax of the Modern Greek Verbal System PDF

By Rolf Hesse

ISBN-10: 8772898232

ISBN-13: 9788772898230

This moment variation is carefully revised in line with the principles and the perform of modern Greek language. a variety of examples from diverse glossy texts and from a wide facts base were extra. an in depth index is helping the reader to discover his or her approach to keywords.

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Past in opposition to other past or present tenses: (1) and (2) modal uses: (3). 1. Past. a) The imperfective gives the background or refers to events that used to happen, the perfective tells the simple events (Im = imperfective, Pf = perfective): Μία μέρα περπατούσε (im) και προς το βράδυ φάνηκε (Pf) το θεριό 'He walked for one day, and towards evening the monster appeared'. " (proverb). Βρήκε (Pf) το βασιλιά που κάθονταν (im) σ' ένα θρόνο. 'He found the King sitting on a throne'. (So generally after verbs of sensation, see p.

Examples referring to general cases: Τινάζομαι όταν θυμηθώ τις κακές στιγμές της ζωής μου. Ί jump up whenever I remember the bad moments of my life' (the perfective indicates the coming into the mind). Μόλις πιω, ξερνάω. 'As soon as I drink, I vomit'. Ο μισθός του δημόσιου υπαλλήλου είναι ίδιος είτε δουλέψει είτε δεν δουλέψει. 'The wages of the civil servant is the same whether he works or not' (The perfective stresses that he is paid after haveing or even after having not worked).

C) adverbially. The same construction is also used adverbially: Πες πες, στο τέλος συμφωνήσανε. 'They talked and talked and finally they agreed'. Άψε-σβήσε παντρευτήκανε. 'And in no time they married' (lit. 'switch on switch off'). Τράβα η μία τράβα η άλλη, της έκοψαν το κεφάλι. '(The two girls) cut off her head by dragging (the saw) to and fro'. The only single imperative used adverbially is the stock phrase: δώσ' του (δώστου), meaning: 'and then continuously', 'and there you would see', usually followed by a noun or an imperfective non-past or past: Δώστου παραγγελίες, δεν προλαβαίνει να χτίζει.

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