Greek Verb Tables

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Greek Verb Tables

Post by brandonmason » Tue Aug 29, 2006 1:16 am

Hi all--

While taking an elementary Greek course, I found most verb paradigms cumbersomely arranged, spread across multiple pages, or akwardly organized. So I made my own verb charts with λυω, φιλεω, τιμαω, and δηλοω

I found them useful and thought you might too, so they are available as PDF files at my website http://www.brandonmason.com

Here are the direct links (I think you can gather which is which):
http://www.brandonmason.com/LUW.pdf
http://www.brandonmason.com/PHILEW.pdf
http://www.brandonmason.com/TIMAW.pdf
http://www.brandonmason.com/DHLOW.pdf

Verba sap.: I made these myself and haven't thoroughly checked them... there might be mistakes (please let me know if you discover some). I also haven't always included alternate forms. And, as I occassionaly realized, relying heavily on charts like these while translating or doing homework can actually slow your memorization.

Best,
Brandon C. Mason

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Post by perispomenon » Tue Aug 29, 2006 10:42 am

Very nice!

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Post by Aristoklhs » Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:19 pm

Very nice, indeed! However, I wish you had included the dual as well. :cry:

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Post by brandonmason » Fri Nov 23, 2007 2:46 pm

Aristoklhs wrote:Very nice, indeed! However, I wish you had included the dual as well. :cry:
Sorry--I never learned the Dual!
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Post by Bert » Sat Nov 24, 2007 4:08 am

brandonmason wrote:
Aristoklhs wrote:Very nice, indeed! However, I wish you had included the dual as well. :cry:
Sorry--I never learned the Dual!
Seeing it took you more than a year to answer, I assume that this is a very well thought our answer. :)

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