We have learned a lot of Greek today, so before we take the quiz let's review.

1. We learned two new letters. The omega is the long "o" sound as in "obey." The theta is the "th" sound

2. The vowels are α, ε, η, ι, ο, υ, and ω.

3. The verb "to be" occurs in many forms such as "am, are, is."

4. An acute accent goes up (ἐγώ). It shifts to a grave (ἐγὼ) when the following word is not a punctuation mark.

5. Greek does not have the word "a," so if the word "the" is not present you can insert "a" in your translation if English needs it.

6. Subjects are either first person (the person speaking), second person (the person being spoken to), or third person (everything else).

7. Verbs must agree with their subjects. In other words, a verb has one form when its subject is first person (e.g., εἰμί) and another form when its subject is third person (e.g., ἐστιν).

8. We learned how to say "I am a student," "He is a student," and "She is a student." Can you repeat them?

How did you do? If you need to, go back over the day's work until you are sure you know the information.