Excerpt from The Irregular Verbs of Attic Prose: Their Forms, Prominent Meanings, and Important Compounds; Together With Lists of Related Words and English Derivatives
IN writing this book my aim has been to help students in the two directions in which they find the greatest ... difficulty in Greek, viz. The mastery of the forms and the acquisition of a vocabulary. Under the head of the forms, the verb offers by far the greatest difficulty. I have sought to make it easier in the following ways.
First, by giving a full treatment of the regular verbs at the outset. Unless the learner has a clear idea of what is regular, he cannot be expected to have a good grip on what is irregular. Hence I have been careful to present the formation of pure, mute, and liquid verbs as clearly and simply as I could.
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