Hi. Thanks to everyone for guidance thus far.
Can someone check these first few accentuation drills for persistent nouns? I have learned the first noun couple declensions and would like to make sure I have the accentuation rules down. Exercises are first 12 drills for persistent accents found in Hansen and Quinn's introduction, page 12 (introduction is not part of online answer key I've found).
"The accent on the following words is persistent and is given by the first of the forms in the following series. Put the proper accent on the other words [...]":
Σοκράτης, Σοκράτους, Σοκράτει, Σοκράτη
ἄγγελος, ἀγγέλου, ἄγγελον, ἀγγέλους
φιλία, φιλίαν, φιλίαις, φιλίας (long a throughout, except in diphthong)
φίλος, φίλου, φίλοι, φίλους
λῦμα, λύματος, λύματι, λυμάτων, λύματα (long u in stem throughout)
πόλεμος, πολέμου, πολέμῳ, πόλεμον, πολέμων, πόλεμοις
ξένος, ξένου, ξένῳ, ξένον, ξένοι, ξένους
ἆθλον, ἄθλου, ἆθλα, ἄθλων, ἆθλοις (long a in stem throughout)
ζῷον, ζῴου, ζῴῳ, ζῷα, ζῷοις
ἀρετή, ἀρετεήν, ἀρεταί, ἀρετάς
δημοκρατία, δημοκρατίᾳ, δημοκρατίαν, δημοκρατίαις
εἰρήνη, εἰρήνης, εἰρήνην, εἰρῆαις
pretty sure i got the hang of it--but need to know if i don't! thanks for any help.