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14 Cards in this Set

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The acute will (remain/not remain) on the antepenult when the ultima is long but will move to the penult.
not remain
The acute can stand on...
any one of the last three syllables and it will stand on both long and short syllables.
The circumflex accent will only stand on_______syllables and it will only occur on the_______.
long.......penult and the ultima
The circumflex (will/will not) stand on the penult when the ultima is long.
will not
The circumflex must stand on a_____penult when followed by a_____ultima.
A______ultima will cause the acute accent on the antepenult to be drawn to the penult.
when the penult is accented, a long penult with a short ultima will result in______.
a circumflex
In nouns of the o-declension an acute on the_______in the nominative is changed to a circumflex in the genitive and dative of both numbers.
A word with an acute on the ultima is known as______.
an oxytone
A word with an acute on the penult is known as______.
a paroxytone
A word with an acute on the antepenult is known as______.
a proparoxytone
A word with a circumflex on the ultima is known as______.
a perispomenon
A word with a circumflex on the penult is known as______.
a properispomenon
A word with an unaccented ultima is referred to as______.
a barytone; all paroxytones, proparoxytones, and properispomenon are also barytones.