vir litterarum wrote:and she keeps referring to Î±á½Ï„ÏŒÏ‚ as a postpositive.
annis wrote:vir litterarum wrote:and she keeps referring to Î±á½Ï„ÏŒÏ‚ as a postpositive.
To be clear, it's the oblique cases being used as a pronoun that are postpositive.
I don't know who the first scholar to notice this was.
Bert wrote:Concerning the word oblique, is oblique anything but nominative (and vocative I guess) or anything but nominative and accusative?
I can't recall having seen the genitive of autos as first in the sentence but I think I remember seeing it ahead of the noun it modifies. Being postpositive is only in reference to its position in the sentence and not in relation to its noun?
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