Brendan wrote:1. For almost every verb, starting around lesson X, Pharr gives the first three parts of the verb, except occasionally when he doesn't. For instance, á½€Î»á½³ÎºÏ‰ doesn't get any other parts listed, even in the vocabulary section at the back. I guess this means it's completely regular,
but then why does a verb like Î»á½»Ï‰ (which I think is regular) get the full treatment?
but what does a question mark mean? (For example, the paradigm for Ï€á½¹Î»Î¹Ï‚ in section 704, in plural accusative form.) That it didn't exist?
Brendan wrote:But I'm so excited! I did Pharr Lesson XIII today and read my first lines of actual Homer!
Brendan wrote:a verb like Î»á½»Ï‰ (which I think is regular)
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