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δέ

and; but, however (postpositive)

2

εἰ

if, since; whether

3

ἐκεῖνος, ἐκείνη, ἐκεῖνο

"that" (far demonstratives)

4

ἐκκλησία, ἡ

church; assembly

5

νόμος, ὁ

law, principle

6

ὅτι

that, because

7

οὗτος, αὕτη, τοῦτο

this; (near demonstratives)

he, she, it 

8

σάββατον, τό

Sabbath

9

τίς, τί

who?, what?

10

τί

why?

11

τις, τι

someone, something

anyone, anything

certain

12

᾽Αβραὰμ, ὁ

Abraham

13

Γαλιλαίᾳ, ἡ

Galilee

14

γονεύς, ὁ

parent

15

or

16

ναός, ὁ

temple

17

οὖν

therefore (postpositive)

18

παραβολή, ἡ

parable

19

τότε

formerly, earlier

20

Recite Near Demonstrative Pronoun Paradigm

21

Recite Indefinite Pronoun Paradigm

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Recite Interrogative Pronoun Paradigms

23

What paradigm do the Indefinite and Interrogative Pronouns follow?

The Third Declension Paradigm

24

What is the difference between the Indefinite and Interrogative Pronouns?

The placement of the accent.

25

What other tone can οὗτος express?

A derogatory tone expressing contempt.

26

How can demonstrative pronouns act when standing by itself?

As optional personal pronouns. "he, she, it"

27

What are the two functions of demonstrative pronouns?

1. Independent use ("he", "she", "it")

2. Adjectival use (most frequent, "this"). It has to be in predicate adjective position.

28

What are two functions of the indefinite pronoun?

1. Independent use ("someone", "something")

2. Adjectival use ("a certain", "some") - More common in Luke/Acts

29

Recite Far Demonstrative Pronoun Paradigms

Declines the same as near demonstrative.