A School Grammar of Attic Greek

Thomas Dwight Goodell

Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns

217. The interrogative pronoun τίς, τί who? what? and the indefinite pronoun τις, τι some one, something, any one, anything, are spelt alike but differ in accent (219).

Interrogative τίς never changes the acute to the grave (15 and a); forms of two syllables accent the first.

Indefinite τις is enclitic (19 b); disyllabic forms that require an accent (20 d) have it on the ultima.

a. The poetic form ἄττα is not enclitic.

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