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Classical Greek Language B401 OCR 14/6

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    (Original post by Big-Daddy)
    Yes, but you could always infer the verb to indicate "she" instead of "he". As I'm sure you know, that happens all the time in Greek.
    But it was the dokei (moi) structure, which is I decide, where Aeneas was the replacement of moi.


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    (Original post by hines)
    But it was the dokei (moi) structure, which is I decide, where Aeneas was the replacement of moi.


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    But Aeneas wasn't in the nominative, he was in the dative, I think ... and "dokei (moi)" could reasonably mean "it was right (for him)".
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    Yeah the dokei (moi) structure means I decide. So it was Aeneas decided.
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    Hello everyone! Do you know if we can get the results for Classical Greek GCSE from OCR online?
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    I don't think so... Though my teacher mentioned something about it... How did everyone do? (A* over here!)
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    I got 100% in the Language, which wasn't too surprising, but I was shocked by getting an A* in the Sources Paper too, where I thought I was going to get a C
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    can't believe it I absolutely stormed greek! Ended up with 398/400 dropped two on the verse lit, don't believe it so flukey!!


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    I got A* too.
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    None of us got below an A, I got A*


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