Ancient Greek verbs can be confusing. If you're thinking, "You don't say," then take this quiz! Yes, it's grammar calisthenics, but I wrote especially nice explanations and added some humorous content. Capital E indicates eta; O omega.
The Greek language has a proud and illustrious history. From Linear B through to the Greek spoken today, Greek is considered one of the oldest continuously spoken languages in the world. I have used Modern Greek for this quiz.
Since the Greek language has a great number of words, no one can cover all its wealth with only two quizzes. So, here is the third part of my quiz series "Translate Greek". Test your knowledge of the Greek language and have fun. Good luck!
Words that take second aorists can be unnecessarily confusing. I mean, where do I look up "ethEka" in a dictionary? Under "tithEmi." Obviously. So take this quiz. Win friends and influence people with your newfound grammatical muscle!
See how much you know about Greek vocabulary with quiz, from economics to jewelry. NOTE: Romanization is not *directly* spelled out, (i.e., if the word is spelled "mpol" [with mi and pi], it is spelled "bol" in this quiz. Basically, it's phonetic. :)