Ancient Greek phrase generator (version 2, June 2016)

RANDOM NOUN AND VERB PHRASES based on Reading Greek vocabulary Units 1–10
N.B. The computer code (PHP) will frequently create nonsense but every phrase or sentence should be grammatically correct.
N.B. Try translating any subjunctives or optatives with "may".

1. RG Units 1-6 noun-phrase: ξεῖνον νέον
RG Unit 1 random feminine noun phrase: ναῦς κακή
RG Unit 1 random masculine noun phrase: λέμβος ἔμπειρος
RG Unit 1 random neuter noun phrase: ἐμπόριον μῶρον
RG Unit 2 random feminine noun phrase: θεὰ ὅση
RG Unit 2 random masculine noun phrase: λόγος κάλλιστος
RG Unit 1&2 random neuter noun phrase: ἔργον ἀγαθόν
RG Unit 3 random feminine noun phrase: τέχνη ἄλλη
RG Unit 3 random masculine noun phrase: ἀνὴρ ναυτικός
RG Unit 3 random neuter noun phrase: πυρὰ πολλά
RG Unit 4 random feminine noun phrase: τάξις κακοδαίμων
RG Unit 4 random masculine noun phrase: πρεσβευτὴς ὀρθός
RG Unit 4 random neuter noun phrase: ἱερὸν ὀλίγον
RG Unit 5 random feminine noun phrase: διάνοια αἰτια
RG Unit 5 random masculine noun phrase: λόγος δυστυχής
RG Unit 5 random neuter noun phrase: χρῆμα ὅλον
RG Unit 6 random feminine noun phrase: γνώμη ἀμαθής
RG Unit 6 random masculine noun phrase: ἥλιος ἥττων
RG Unit 6 random neuter noun phrase: χωρίον ἀδύνατον
RG Unit 7 random feminine noun phrase: μάχη ὑμετέρα
RG Unit 7 random masculine noun phrase: ποταμὸς ἀνδρεῖος
RG Unit 7 random neuter noun phrase: σημεῖον ὑμέτερον
RG Unit 8 random feminine noun phrase: εἰρήνη βελτίστη
RG Unit 8 random masculine noun phrase: ῥήτωρ δεξιός
RG Unit 8 random neuter noun phrase: δικαστήριον εὔδαιμον
RG Unit 9 random feminine noun phrase: ψῆφος μιαρά
RG Unit 9 random masculine noun phrase: θάνατος ἥσυχος
RG Unit 9 random neuter noun phrase: μέρος μιαρόν
RG Unit 10 random feminine noun phrase: φύλαξ γλυκεῖα
RG Unit 9&10 random masculine noun phrase: θάνατος οἷος
RG Unit 10 random neuter noun phrase: δῶρον φίλτατον
2. prepositional phrase: παρὰ Ἀθηναῖον κακοδαίμονα
3. irregular comparative phrase: δικῶν ὀλιγωτέρων ἡλίων (inflected noun + comparative adjective + genitive of comparison)
4. simple finite phrase: δεσπότης ἔφθανε(ν) (nominative noun + finite verb-form, any mood)
5. simple imperative phrase: ὦ ῥαψωδὲ ἀνάβαινε! (vocative noun + imperative)
6. transitive phrase: λαμπὰς πόδας θύσεις. (nominative noun + accusative noun + finite verb-form, any mood)
7. indirect command phrase: ἱκέτην ἐρωτᾶν κελεύω (accusative noun + infinitive, present only + verb of command, indicative only)
8. masc. sing. appellative clause: ἐραστὴς σὺ ἔσῃ
9. fem. sing. appellative clause: παρθένος ἣ εἴη

suggested exercises
• insert correctly inflected forms of ὁ, οὗτος, ἐκεῖνος, or ὅδε (or try πᾶς, μέγας, πολύς, and αὐτός ipse)
• add correctly inflected forms of ὤν, ἰών, or εἰδώς
• change singulars to plural and vice versa
• convert transitive phrases into passive expressions

RANDOM VERB-FORMS of important verbs (ἄγω, αἴρω, αἱρέω, ἀλλάττω, βάλλω, δίδωμι, δουλόω, ἐλευθερόω, ἐρωτάω, ἔχω, ἵημι, ἵστημι, λαμβάνω, λέγω, λείπω, λύω, νομίζω, παύω, πέμπω, ποιέω, πράττω, στέλλω, τίθημι, τιμάω, τρέπω, φαίνω, φέρω)
N.B. It may help to read present for "continuous aspect", aorist for "simple aspect" and perfect for "complete aspect".

8. finite form: 2nd person singular active complete aspect imperative of ἀλλάττω
9. participle: ἐρωτάω in the future complete aspect middle feminine dative plural
10. infinitive: δουλόω in the simple aspect passive

suggested exercises
• change the voice of the form
• change the aspect of the form
• change singulars into plural and vice versa
• try dual forms

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