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JAMES STRONG
Outline of Greek Grammar for the New Testament

LESSON IV :  VERBS

 

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§ 49. All the tenses with respect to form may be classed thus:--

 

I. Primary, or Absolute. Present. Perfect. Futures.
II. Secondary, or Historical. Imperfect. Pluperfect. Aorists.


These classes usually have the following endings respectively:--

 

Active Form. Persons. Middle and Passive.
I. II. I. II.
Pres. and Fut. Perf. Opt. Sing.
ο -- ν μι 1st μαι μην
ις ς 2d σαι (σ)ο
ι -- 3d ται το
Plur.
μεν 1st μεθα
τε 2d σθε
(ντ) σι (ν) (σα)ν 3d νται ντο
[2d, τον, 3d, την. Dual. 1st, μεθον, 2d, σθον, 3d, σθην.]

 

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