Exercise III, A.

 1. timw~men, first person plural,timw~  4. dhloi~, third person singular, dhlou~si
 2. o(ra~|j, second person singular, o(ra~te  5. dhlou~te, second person plural, dhloi~j
 3. o(ra|~, third person singular, o(rw~si  6. oi)kw~, first person singular, oi)kou~men

Exercise III, B.

1. You show the dog to the children. second person plural. accu sing direct object.

2. We see the rulers of the men. first person plural, a0ndrw~n gen plu, a!naktaj accu plu, direct object.

3. Who honors the good gods? nom sing, subject. third person singular.

4. Who live on the island? third person plural. dat sing, object of preposition.



Exercise IV, A. 8. Athena: But I am richer than Aphrodite. 15. Hera (she speaks more haughtily): But I am more beautiful than Athena.

Exercise IV, B. Sophocles is wise, Euripides is wiser, of all men Socrates is wisest.

Exercise IV, C. Identify the following forms. For each adjective, supply an appropriate Greek noun in the same gender, number, and case.

 1. ka/kistoi superlative of kako/j 5. deinote/roij comparative of deino/j
 2. plousiw/tatai superlative of plou/sioj 6. kalli/onaj comparative of kalo/j
 3. filta/tou superlative of fi/loj 7. kalli/sthn superlative of kalo/j
 4. deino/tata superlative of deino/j 8. a!riston superlative of a)gaqo/j

Exercise IV, D.

1. The woman is wiser than the man. ai(( gunaike/j ei)si sofw/terai h@ oi( a)/ndrej (twn~ a)ndrw~n).

2. The woman is beautiful. h( gunh/ e)sti kali/wn tou~ paidi/ou. h( gunh/ e)sti kalli/sth tw~n e)n th~| oi)kia|~.

3. Who is wiser than the gods in heaven? ti/nev ei)si sofw/teroi tw~n qew~n tw~n e)n ou)ranw~|; sofw/tatoi, Who are wisest of the gods in heaven?

Exercise IV, F.

 1. third person plural, dhlou~tai  4.second person singular, pe/mpesqe
2. first person plural, timw~  5.third person singular, pe/mpontai
3. third person plural, dida/sketai 6. imperative singular, didaskou~sqe

Exercise IV,G.

1. The god's dog quarrels with the child. e)ri/zetai

2. The philosophers teach the man about the gods. dida/skontai

3. The soul lives in the body. h( yuxh\ oi)kei~tai e)n tw|~ sw/mati.

4. The ruler sees the gift of the god. o(ra~tai. oi( a!naktej o(rw~si, o(rw~ntai

5. The goddess Aphrodite loves women and men. filou~ntai gunai/kej kai\ a!ndrej thn qean\ Afrodi/thn.



Exercise V, A.

 1. nom/accu sing neuter, tau~ta 6. gen sing fem, tou/twn
 2. nom sing fem, au[tai 7. nom sing fem, au)tai/
 3. accu sing fem, e)kei/naj 8. nom plu fem, au)th/
 4. nom/accu plu neuter tou~to 9. dat sing masc/neuter, tou/toij
 5. nom/accu sing neuter e)kei~na 10. dat plu fem, au)th~|

Exercise V, B.

 1. Who is this woman? nom sing fem
 2. The same woman teaches the children. nom, sing fem
 3. This woman teaches the children. nom sing fem
 4. Those goddesses love the men. nom plu fem
 5. These (things) are beautiful. nom plu neuter
 6. I see the same man. accu sing masc
 7. I see the man himself. accu sing masc
 8. I see him. accu sing masc
 9. Who are these gods? nom plu masc
 10. The man himself is fighting with them. nom sing masc, dat plu masc

Exercise V, D.

1. The woman is good.
2. This woman is good.
3. This woman is good.
4. That woman is good.
5.The woman herself is good.
6. The same woman is good.
7. You are good.
8. I am good.
9. The woman see him.
10. The same woman sees herself.
11. Who is this woman?
12. What woman sees them?


Exercise V. E.

1. That dog is clever.

2. This dog says ,"bow."

3. The terrible dog kills those flocks.

4. Zeus accompanies him.

5. The same god wisely rules the earth.

6. This land is most beautiful.

7. This tree has good apples.

8. I honor these gods because I fear them.

9. The same gods are killing my dog.

10. The terrible gods cut off the head from him.

11. The man is killing him.

12. The woman sees her.

13. Look at these rivers.

14. Athena wants these apples.