Yes, I've done this sort of thing myself on occasion, usually trying to help somebody through the second semester of work begun in a textbook that I would never have chosen, but the fellow has to continue at the point where he left off, of course.
>You wrote EGRAMMENOI, but I take it that you mean GEGRAMMENOI?
No, this is correct: the spelling tends to follow a rule governing reduplication in the case of verbs beginning with consonant + L or R: they augment instead of reduplicating to form perfect stem. But one does find GEGRAMMENOI in Homer and earlier Greek (usually in the sense "draw" rather than "write."
>wrote ELHUQASI(N) but that should probably be ELHLUQASI(N)?
You're right on the mark here: I left out a -LU- syllable.
I have seen
>Mounce on the questions I asked about but wanted to check further. So thank
You're most welcome
>By the way I was into your web site home page yesterday--I've been there
>before--and I find it most interesting and informative. I need to spend
>some more time there.
You're welcome there too; I think several of my links are probably out of date, but I try to update it every couple months.
Best wishes, cwc