A School Grammar of Attic Greek

Thomas Dwight Goodell

COMPLEX SENTENCES/ Indirect Discourse

657. Words or thoughts so quoted as to be made grammatically subordinate in form to a verb or other expression meaning say, think, hear, or the like, are indirect quotations; a direct quotation retains the original form.

The forms used in indirect discourse have been already given in their proper places; for convenience they are here briefly summed up together.

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