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Introduction

Greek is a highly inflected language; that is to say, the basic words given in the dictionary are modified in various ways according to their function in a particular context. The system of different but related forms, which in Greek is mainly a matter of the different endings attached to the stem of a word, is the language’s morphology. A thorough familiarity with the full range of forms is an essential part of the proficient use of the language.