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It does not actually state that. It says that when they're used as prefixes: When the prepositions ἐν and σύν are used as prefixes, they retain these forms when the verb begins with a vowel. When the verb begins with a consonant, they ASSIMILATE with this consonant. So ἐν βουλῇ is right, because ἐν is a preposition. But take ἐν, add it to βόλος, make it a ...


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