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Explain the three ways of forming an indirect statement in Greek

1.Verbs of thinking(e.g. νομιζω): accusative +         infinitve

2. Verbs of percieving (e.g. ἀκουω) : accusative + partcicple

3. Verbs of saying (e.g. λεγω ) : ὁτι/ὡς + indicative

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