Skylax wrote:Hello Bingley !
I am sorry to be late, but your answers are nearly perfect, so there is no need for very quick help...
1. [face=SPIonic]e)epei/kesan[/face] Nice form ! It denotes a fixed situation in the past. In order to express an action having preceded another action, [face=SPIonic]e)/peisan[/face] will be found more often.
2. I would say [face=SPIonic]h( areth\ au)tou=[/face] although it could be the poet's excellence as well.
[face=SPIonic]fula/tthtai[/face] : could it be [face=SPIonic]sw/|zhtai[/face] ?
bingley wrote: Do you mean that in my sentence, [face=SPIonic]h( areth\ [/face]would normally be taken as referring to the poet (as the nearest noun?)? Would [face=SPIonic]h( areth\ au)tou=[/face] disambiguate it?
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