A School Grammar of Attic Greek

Thomas Dwight Goodell

SIMPLE SENTENCES/ Participles

580. The Participle is a verbal adjective, essentially like the English participle in use; but its full declension enabled the range of the Greek participle to be extended much farther in some directions.

a. As a verb the participle has voice and tense, and may take an object (accusative, genitive, or dative) or an adverbial modifier.
As an adjective it is declined, and agrees with a noun or pronoun, (1) attributively, with or without the article, (2) as a predicate, belonging to either subject or object.

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