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Emphatic Negation and the Potential Optative

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Affiliations: 1: University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignDepartment of the Classics707 S. Mathews Ave.Urbana, IL


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1. de Haan F. Frawley W."Typological Approaches to Modality" The Expression of Modality 2006 Berlin/New York 27 70
2. Gildersleeve B.L. Syntax of Classical Greek: From Homer to Demosthenes 1900 New York/Cincinnati
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