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Adjective Distribution

I know that this forum hasn't been written on for a long, but I thought I would try to bring it back to life by asking a question about the textbook.

§64.6. πέλτας ἔχομεν καὶ μαχαίρας ἀγαθάς.
§132.1. ὄνοι ἄγριοι καὶ ἵπποι ἐν τῷ πεδίῳ ἦσαν.

In both of these examples, we have a single adjective and two nouns. My question is how we can determine whether the adjectives are distributed to both nouns or ...
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Distinguishing gender in A-Declension

I am stuck in the A-Declension for feminine nouns. Any help would be appreciated! I felt like I was on roll in the A-Declension for feminine nouns! But then I got to this point:
"The gender of a noun is indicated by placing it after the corresponding form of the definite article, as αγορα, ας, η, where η signifies that αγορα is feminine."
This has been confusing me, and there's no further explanation or ...
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Download TEXT copy John Williams White's First Greek Book

You can Download a TEXT copy John Williams White's First Greek Book on my site. Go to google and do a search for "tachufind". I don't think I have enough posts yet to post the link. The benefits of a text
copy is that you can search it! I also have a completely FREE program that I wrote explicitly for this
book, that allows you to search out grammar (word prefixes and suffixes) and color ...
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JWW Answer Key Supplement

I've decided to make up questions to the statements given as answers in the JWW Answer Key as presented on the following web page:
http://www.ellopos.net/elpenor/study/de ... swer%20Key

I have also translated the questions into English and placed the translation at the end of the questions.

Since I am learning Greek, I would appreciate it if someone more expert than I could take a look at my effort and make ...
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Can't download the White answer key

I get an error message when I try to download it. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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Does anybody use VocabWorks?

I'm hoping somebody has already made up a complete or near complete set of vocabs for White's book in VocabWorks. Anybody know what I'm talking about?
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Lesson XV - Primary Tenses Question

I cannot figure out what the primary tenses are for. Are they similar to reflexive verbs in spanish, where the suffix describes the person to whom the action is taken? If so, then "lelukasi" would mean "I have broken them"?

Is this correct, or am I way off?
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θύω -- past perfect


I'm not sure if θύω carries an augment in the past perfect ...I'm guessing it does but I wondered if someone could confirm that.

In otherwords: Is it ἐτεθύκη or no augment so just τεθύκη ??

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Vocabulary Drill Program for First Greek Book

Here is a no-frills Vocabulary Flashcard Drill for White's First Greek Book that I wanted to do 3 years ago but got sidetracked. More to follow as I go through the lessons again up to where I left off previously and then as I complete new lessons. After clicking on the link, click on the "Start presentation" button on the top right to begin if it didn't automatically skip to the Start Presentation screen ...
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κραυγή - κλαγγή

Is there a difference between these two words? The Homeric textbook used κλαγγή but FGB is starting us out with κραυγή for apparently the same meaning. Is it basically the same?
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