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Transcript of Koine Greek
as far to the front of the verb
as the General Rules allow. Specific Rules The accent tries to stay in the same position as in the nominative singular. Therefore, memorizing the position of the accent in the nom. sing. is important. Nouns Verbs Types and Positions of Accents Can stand on on the
Antepenult Acute Circumflex Grave Can stand on on the
Penult Can stand on on the
Ultima The Antepenult cannot be accented.
The Penult cannot have a Circumflex.
If it is accented, it must have an Acute.
The Ultima, if it is accented, can have either the acute, circumflex, or grave. If the Ultima is Long The Antepenult can have an Acute.
The Ultima cannot have a circumflex.
If it is accented, it can have either the acute or grave. If the Ultima is Short If it is accented,
it must have the circumflex. If the Penult is Long If it is accented,
it can have the
acute or circumflex. If the Penult is Short Declensions First Declension Second Declension Third Declension All nouns in the first declension
ending in -hs are masculine. Masculine Neuter? All nouns in the first declension ending in a or h are feminine. Feminine In the First and Second Declensions, when the ultima is accented at all, it has the circumflex in the genitive and dative singular and plural, elsewhere the acute. Oxytone Rule All nouns of the first declension have a circumflex on the ultima in the genitive plural regardless of the accent in the nominative singular. 1st Dec. Gen. Pl. If the Ultima has an Acute and it is followed by another word, then the Acute is changed to a circumflex. Special Rule