greek chapter 4 – prepositions

This week was the first time that the in-class tests have been collected for feedback from the lecturer. I’m starting to understand how learning the 24 forms of the will be useful, and have new motivation to keep going with the rote learning of vocab and parts of speech.

This week we covered prepositions: these are words in a sentence that explain the relationship of entities: into, from, within, above, before, after. Again, there are a lot of them, and more confusingly some prepositions can change their meaning depending on the ending of the entitity word that goes with it…


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