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Complete Ancient Greek

A Comprehensive Guide to Reading and Understanding Ancient Greek, with Original Texts

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1 In English we have different forms of the present tense, I loosen I am loosening
I do loosen and so on. There are distinctions in usage between these forms, but
as Greek has only one we must decide from the context which English form we ...

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The present and imperfect subjunctive passive are formed by replacing the active
endings of these tenses of the subjunctive with r, ris, tur (with the vowel before
this ending lengthened), mur, minī, ntur. There is no future subjunctive passive.

Complete Latin: Teach Yourself

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To analyse the use of tenses in certain constructions it is useful to classify them
into two groups: (a) Primary tenses, which have reference to the present or future,
i.e. present, future, perfect when used to express a present state, and future ...