Gonzalo wrote:Î™.- á½‰ Î´Î„á½ˆÎ´Ï…ÏƒÏƒÎµá½ºÏ‚ ÎºÎµÎ»ÎµÏÎµÎ¹ Î±á½Ï„Î¿á½ºÏ‚ Ï„á½°Ï‚ Î±á¼°Î³á½°Ï‚ Î»Î±Î¼Î²Î¬Î½ÎµÎ¹Î½ Îµá¼°Ï‚ Ï„á½´Î½ á¼‘Î±Ï…Ï„á¿¶Î½ Î½Î±á¿¦Î½.
I have a doubt about double accusative plus infinitive as is shown here. Is always the subject of the subordinate clause to be located as near as possible to the main verb in order to denote who has to do such a thing or there is any exception
II- á¼¡ Î³á½°Ï á¼€Î½Î¬Î³ÎºÎ· Î±á½Ï„Î¿á½ºÏ‚ á¼”Ï‡ÎµÎ¹.
I understand that this means â€œIt is necessary for themâ€ but I think that it is said in a figurative sense as in Î›Î¹Î¼á½€Ï‚ Î³á½°Ï Î»Î±Î¼Î²Î¬Î½ÎµÎ¹ Î±á½Ï„Î¿á½ºÏ‚. Am I right? Are there other idioms, expressions, &c.? Are there as well as in in Latin "gratulandi and salutandi formulÃ¦" or other "useful expressions"?
I do use reconstructed pronunciation, so how should I pronounce that? I say as if it were Î¸Î„á½Î´ÏŒÏ‚ but I donâ€™t know if Iâ€™m right. Why is not it written as in Î¸Î„á½Î´ÏŒÏ‚? Maybe in order not to mix it with Ï„Î„á½Î´ÏŒÏ‚?
IV.- Ï„Î¿á¿¦ á½ˆÎ´Ï…ÏƒÏƒÎÏ‰Ï‚ / Ï„Î¿á¿¦ á¼„ÏƒÏ„ÎµÏ‰Ï‚
The Î´Î¹phthong ÎµÏ‰Ï‚ is a great problem to me. I wish someone could solve this to make it more clear for me because in Ï„Î¿á¿¦ á½ˆÎ´Ï…ÏƒÏƒÎÏ‰Ï‚ I suppose that there is an hiatus, á½ˆ-Î´Ï…Ïƒ-ÏƒÎÏ‰Ï‚ but in á¼„ÏƒÏ„ÎµÏ‰Ï‚ I believe that there are only two syllables, á¼„Ïƒ-Ï„ÎµÏ‰Ï‚ because if there were not any hiatus it should be accented as follows: á¼€ÏƒÏ„ÎÏ‰Ï‚.
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