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Sto,matoj; stem stomat-. The genitive singular, then, must be known before nouns of the consonant declension can be declined. 202. The gender of the third declension substantives, except in the case of special classes like the substantives in -mat-, must be learned with each word separately. Page 86 203. A neuter plural subject often has its verb in the singular: tw/n dw,deka avposto,lwn ta. ovno,mata, evstin tau/ta, the names of the twelve apostles are these. 204. Exercises I. 1. tou/to, evsti to.

Evlpi,di ca,riti nukti, Acc. evlpi,da ca,rin nu,kta Plural Nom. evlpi,dej ca,ritej nu,ktej Gen. evlpi,dwn cari,twn nuktw/n Abl. evlpi,dwn cari,twn nuktw/n Loc. evlpi,si ca,risi nuxi, Ins. evlpi,si ca,risi nuxi, Dat. evlpi,si ca,risi nuxi, Acc. evlpi,daj ca,ritaj nu,ktaj a. In the accusative singular forms like evlpi,dan, nu,ktan, are found. b. In the acc. singular, the form ca,rita often occurs. c. Vocatives in this declension are rare and will be specially mentioned whenever separate forms occur.

Eivserco,menon eivj to. sto,ma koinoi/ (defiles) a;nqrwpon avlla. to. evxerco,menon evk tou/ sto,matoj tou/to koinoi/ a;nqrwpon. 3. poreuo,menoi de. j pisteu,ontaj evn auvtwv|. 4. tau/ta gra,fw u`mi/n peri. tw/n mh. decome,nwn evme,. 5. n ou=n o` VIhsou/j eu-ren auvto,n. II. 1. He rejoices, saying that he saw the spirit coming upon (evpi,) 1 him. 2. We saw him while he was teaching in the temple. 3. The Lord said to those who were coming to him that God hears those believing on Him. 4. When he saw the child he went away.

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