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Classical Armenian Online

Table of Contents

Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum

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Lessons

0. Introduction to Classical Armenian
1. Matthew 5:1-16
2. Moses of Khoren's History, Book II, Chapter 30
3. Faustos Buzand's The History of Armenia, Book IV, Chapter 5
4. Koriwn's The History of the Life and Death of the Holy Teacher Mesrop, Books V and VI
5. Yeznik of Kolb's Against the Heresy of Sects, Chapter 12

Grammar Points

1. The Alphabet and Sound System
     1.1. The Alphabet
     1.2. The Sound System
     1.3. Vocalic and Consonantal Alternation
2. Nominal Declension
     2.1. Nouns with Invariable Stems Ending in a Consonant
     2.2. Substantives with Invariable Stems Ending in a Vowel
3. The Present System of Verbs
     3.1. Present Indicative of 'to be'
     3.2. The Present Indicative of All Verbs
     3.3. The Present Infinitive
     3.4. The Imperfect Tense of All verbs
     3.5. The Present Subjunctive
     3.6. The Present Imperative
4. Word Order and Congruence
5. Prepositions
6. Nominal Declension
     6.1. Stem Variation vs. Vocalic Alternation
     6.2. r- and ł-Stems
     6.3. ն-Stems with Two Stems
     6.4. ն-Stems with Three Stems
7. Demonstratives
     7.1. Demonstrative Suffixes
     7.2. Demonstrative Adjectives
8. The Aorist System of Verbs
     8.1. The Aorist Indicative
     8.2. The Aorist Subjunctive
     8.3. The Aorist Imperative
9. Adverbs
10. Particles
11. Mixed Nominal Declension
     11.1. Substantives with -ն in the Plural Only
     11.2. Substantives with -ն in the Singular Only
     11.3. Anomalous Nouns
12. Personal Pronouns and Possessives
     12.1. Personal Pronouns
     12.2. Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns
     12.3. Possessive Pronouns and Adjectives
13. Verbal Classification and Anomalous Verbs
     13.1. Present-Aorist Classification
     13.2. Anomalous and Suppletive Verbs
14. The Passive Voice
     14.1. Passive Voice in the Present System
     14.2. The Aorist System and Mediopassive
     14.3. General Notes on Passive Usage
15. Negation
16. Reciprocal, Collective and Distributive Pronouns
     16.1. Reciprocal Pronouns
     16.2. Collective Pronouns
     16.3. Distributive Pronoun
17. Numerals
     17.1. Cardinal Numbers
     17.2. Ordinal Numbers
     17.3. Collective, Multiplicative, Iterative, Distributive, and Fractional Forms
     17.4. Numeral Interrogative and Iterative Adverb
18. Participle, Infinitive, and Verbal Adjectives
     18.1. Participle Formation
     18.2. Participle Usage
     18.3. Infinitive
     18.4. Verbal Adjectives
19. Comparison
     19.1. Comparative
     19.2. Superlative
     19.3. Comparative Clauses
20. Time and Temporal Clauses
     20.1. Time
     20.2. Temporal Clauses
21. Interrogatives and Relatives
     21.1. Interrogative Adjectives, Prounouns, and Adverbs
     21.2. Relative Pronoun
     21.3. Indefinite Pronoun
22. Word Formation
     22.1. Derivatives from Verbs
     22.2. Derivatives from Nouns
     22.3. Iteration
23. Case Syntax
     23.1. The Nominative Case
     23.2. The Accusative Case
     23.3. The Genitive Case
     23.4. The Dative Case
     23.5. The Locative Case
     23.6. The Ablative Case
     23.7. The Instrumental Case
24. Future Expression and the Subjunctive
25. Adverbial Clauses