im not sure i understand this sentence: Î±Î³Î±etc Î¿Ï… ÎºÎ¹ÎºÎ·ÏƒÎµÏ„Î±Î¹ Î³ÎµÏÎ¿Î½Ï„Î±...
so he will not come upon the old man? great! that is good news for crises, he is free from the pervert!
he will not overtake? as it is written in the key? i.e. he will not reach the old man? but he is in front of him
or is there any other meaning im not aware of? (and the same goes to arrive at)
as for my problem with forms these two forms are irrecognizable: á¼±ÎµÎ½Î±Î¹ á¼±ÎµÏƒÎ¸Î±Î¹, there is no such stem á¼± in the previous lessons - in fact in the whole book,[well there is á¼±Î·Î¼Î¹] - nor perseus tools recognizes it
is there a history of madness in the author's family? whence the hell does that come? (the closest thing is á¼°ÎºÎ½ÎµÎ¿Î¼Î±Î¹ but his renders á¼°ÎºÎµÏƒÎ¸Î±Î¹)
there is yet another problem that pisses me off in a greater and more intense manner. see, the forms á¼°ÎµÎ½Î±Î¹ end Î±Ï†Î¹ÎµÎ¹ - which do exist - are not told to be so. the former i found in the vocab section at the back, 10 minutes of scrolling ahead of where they are first found, for the latter i had to use perseus to finally learn that this is imperfect of the mi verbs. argh, does this continues to be so in the next chapters? this displeases me [the conjugation of this highly irregular verb eimi is hidden somewhere in the morphology section - without any notice, the conjugation of mi verbs is somewhre ahead, they where introduced chapters ago, without being used, so i didnt bother, but now, without notice they asked to known
] can it be seen why im mad?
and ÎµÏ€ÎµÏ…Ï†Î·Î¼Î·ÏƒÎµÎ¹Î½ seems to be the future form of a verb given without the future forms
is this a mistake?