A Greek Reader: Selected Chiefly from Jacobs' Greek Reader, Adapted to Bullions' Greek Grammar, with an Introduction on the Idioms of the Greek Language, Notes Critical and Explanatory, and an Improved Lexicon; Revised and Corrected, with New Marginal Not

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In the numerous re ferfmces to the Grammar, and to the Introduction on Greek Idioms at the foot of each page, the diligent student will find more important and useful aid than could be furnished by many pages of Notes. With ordinary attention to these-he can hardly fail to acquire a thorough knowledge of the principles of the language in a comparative ly short time, and be prepared to prosecute his future course with more advantage and pleasure. In the references, throughout the work, those preceded by a section mark refer to the Section in the Grammar and its subdivisions indicated. In those not preceded by such a mark the first number directs to the corresponding number in the Introduction, and the second to the example under that number. Thus for example, 29. L, directs to the example, rd cow p6suo dÚpnpa, page 16, and shows how the possessive pronoun is to be rendered in such phrases.

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