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help with Thoukydies

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eston

dumb question (keep in mind that I cut my teeth on koine and am just starting to learn classical).

is "eston" the same as "estin"? I've never seen it until today and it appears to be used the same...
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prosecho cum acc. + inf.

I was reading in Matthew chapter 6:1 and saw that Jesus uses an accusative + infinitive in an indirect command after prosecho. I could not find this construction after this verb in Liddell and Scott and was wondering whether anyone had seen it before?
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Question on Malalas

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From Scratch

Hey Guys.

I am starting from scratch at this ancient Greek stuff, which is exciting, but seems very challenging as well. Is White's First Greek Book as good of a place as any to start? Or can anyone recommend a better starting point?

Thanks,

Ernest.
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ἄλλοι ἄλλῃ ἀπῆλθον

Hello,
I have a doubt on paragraph 22nd of Sigdwick´s First Greek Writer:
ἄλλοι ἄλλῃ ἀπῆλθον (One went one way and another another)

I can understand perfectly the sense of the example but I am not able to do its syntactic analysis. I think it´s very simple but I dont´s see it clearly.
Could anyone help me?

Thanks in advance.


 

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