Let me make a way that you could use this for self-evaluation:
If you are able use examples of these features from memory in longer contexts - 5 points.
If you are able to give examples of these individual features from memory - 4 points.
If you are able to look at a piece of Greek text and identify various grammar points using these terms - 3 points each.
If you have are given an example of the particular point, do you correctly identify it as such - 2 points each.
If you recognise that you have seen the grammatical term before - 1 point each.
I guess that for those who did not or who are not learning by the grammar translation method, and who wanted to use this self-evaluation to check their knowledge of Greek, then it would need to be adapted.GRAMMAR
The student is expected to recognise and use the following grammatical items:
- Nouns declensions 1, 2, 3, irregulars (e.g. ναῦς, Ζεύς), contracted (e.g. νοῦς)
- Adjectives definite article, descriptives (all degrees), possessive, demonstrative, interrogative, indefinite, cardinal, ordinal
- Pronouns personal, reflexive, relative, emphatic, interrogative, indefinite, reciprocal ἀλλήλους
- Verbs -ω/contracted, -μι conjugations: all tenses, voices, moods, infinitives, participles, verbal adjectives in -τέος
- Adverbs all degrees
- Prepositions governing accusative, genitive and dative case
- Conjunctions coordinating and subordinating
- Particles individual and combined forms
- Case Usage
- Nominative subject, complement, neuter plural subjects
- Vocative direct address
- Accusative direct object, adverbial, cognate, of respect, duration of time, extent of space, of result, of motion towards, absolute, in oaths and exclamations, double accusative verbs
- Genitive possessive, after certain adjectives/verbs, partitive, time within which, appositional, of quality, of material, of measure, of value, of cause, of source, of comparison, of separation, absolute, subjective/objective
- Dative indirect object, after certain adjectives/verbs/nouns, of interest, of respect, of instrument, of accompaniment, of time when, of degree of difference, possessive, locative dative
- All cases apposition
- Verbs tense, voice, mood; distinction between aspects in the indicative and other moods
- Independent direct questions, wishes, polite request, potential optative, hortative subjunctive, deliberative subjunctive, direct command, impersonal constructions, indefinite constructions, uses of verbal adjectives in -τέος, uses of ἄν, uses of οὐ and μή.
- Subordinate temporal, causal, concessive, conditional, comparative, proviso (ἐφ’ ᾧ/ὧτε), purpose, relative, indirect statement, indirect question, fearing, result, correlative, in indirect speech, indefinite constructions, πρίν / ἕως constructions, uses of ἄν, uses of οὐ and μή, ὅπως and ὡς and future indicative
- Participles conditional, concessive (καίπερ), temporal, causal, relative, purpose, comparative, indirect statement, supplementary (e.g. faivnomai and participle)
- The article attributive and predicative usage, articular infinitive, article and participle/adjective/adverb, article and prepositional phrase
- Prepositions governing accusative, genitive, dative
- Adjectives agreement, predicative use, attributive use, uses of αὐτός
- Particles connecting, qualifying and adding ‘colour’