Beginner's Grammar of the Greek New Testament by William Hersey Davis

By William Hersey Davis

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Lu,ontoj luou,shj lu,ontoj Abl. lu,ontoj luou,shj lu,ontoj Loc. lu,onti luou,sh| lu,onti Ins. lu,onti luou,sh| lu,onti Dat. lu,onti luou,sh| lu,onti Acc. lu,onta lu,ousan lu/on Plural Nom. lu,ontej lu,ousai lu,onta Gen. luo,ntwn luousw/n luo,ntwn Abl. luo,ntwn luousw/n luo,ntwn Loc. lu,ousi luou,saij lu,ousi Ins. lu,ousi luou,saij lu,ousi Dat. lu,ousi luou,saij lu,ousi Acc. lu,ontaj luou,saj lu,onta 234. Observe: 1. The participle is declined in three genders. 2. The stem luont- becomes lu,wn in the nom.

185. , it cannot be determined beforehand whether a verb has a first aorist or a second aorist, nor, if it has a second aorist, what the form of the second aorist is. To determine this, the verb must be examined in a lexicon. 186. The second aorist act. and middle are formed on the second aorist stem. The aorist passive of all verbs is different from the aorist middle. Review the meaning of the middle (52). evlipo,mhn is second aorist indicative middle, I left for myself, etc. 187. The Greek aorist indicative is not the exact equivalent of any tense in English or in any other language.

We shall know the truth and do it. 2. We shall glorify God. 3. They will bear witness concerning him. 4. We shall persuade our hearts. 5. He will baptize you. 6. The faithful will proclaim the word of God. 7. I shall do the will of God. Footnotes 1This 2z is also true of other tense-suffixes. is treated as a combination of d + z (or zd). 3Note the rough breathing on e[xw. 4avkolouqe,w 5From is followed by the associative-instrumental case. o;ptomai, I see; stem ovp-. Page 93 Lesson XXIX Third Declension: Lingual Mute Stems 222.

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