Mastering New Testament Greek Textbook Ted Hildebrandt Baker Academic


Indefinite Pronouns (tij/ti, someone, anything)



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Indefinite Pronouns (tij/ti, someone, anything)

This form is an enclitic and often combined with o!j (o!stij).





Singular

Plural




Masc./Fem.

Neut.

Masc./Fem.

Neut.

Nom.

tij

ti

tine

tina<

Gen.

tino

tino

tinw?n

tinw?n

Dat.

tini<

tini<

tisi<(n)

tisi<(n)

Acc.

tina<

ti

tina

tina<

Note that the word is an enclitic, with no accent or with an accent on the second syllable. The interrogative ti
Interrogative Pronoun (ti




Singular

Plural




Masc. and Fem.

Neut.

Masc. and Fem.

Neut.

Nom.

ti

ti<

ti

ti

Gen.

ti

ti

ti

ti

Dat.

ti

ti

ti

ti

Acc.

ti

ti<

ti

ti

Note that the acute accent on ti

Interrogatives


po

when?

pou?

where?

pw?j

how?

ti

who? which? what?

dia> ti<


why?

ti<

why?

Greek Numbers


There are two types of numbers:
1. Cardinal numbers (1, 2, 3, and counting)

2. Ordinal numbers (first, second, and third, telling order in a list)


In Greek ordinal numbers are expressed as shown:


prw?toj, -h, -on

first

deu

second

tri

third

Cardinal Numbers


Cardinal numbers function like adjectives:


ei$j, mi

1

e!c

6

du

2

e[pta<

7

trei?j, trei?j, tri

3

o]ktw<

8

te

4

e]nne

9

pe

5

de

10





dw

12

e[kato

100

xi

1,000




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