Mastering New Testament Greek Textbook Ted Hildebrandt Baker Academic



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Chapter 28

a]spa


I greet (59)

de

I take, receive (56)

dida

teacher (59)

e]perwta

I ask (56)

qewre

I look at (58)

li

stone (59)

suna

I gather (59)

toiou?toj, -au-ou?ton

such (57)

u[pa

I am, exist (60)

xara<, -a?j, h[

joy (59)


to> te

Appendix 2

Paradigms

Verbs

Present Tense


Present Active Indicative (PAI) Paradigm


Singular

Plural

1.

lu

I loose/am loosing

luo

We loose/ are loosing

2.

lu

You loose/are loosing

lu

You loose/are loosing

3.

lu

He/she/it looses/is loosing

lu

They loose/are loosing


Primary Pronominal Suffixes

-w

I

-omen

We

-eij

You (thou)

-ete

You (you-all)

-ei

He/she/it

-ousi(n)

They


Present Middle Indicative Paradigm




Singular

Plural

1.


lu

I am loosing
(for myself)

luo

We are loosing
(for ourselves)

2.

lu<^

You are loosing
(for yourself)

lu

You are loosing
(for yourselves)

3.

lu

He/she/it is loosing
(for himself/herself/itself)

lu

They are loosing
(for themselves)


Present Passive Indicative Paradigm




Singular




Plural




1.

lu

I am being loosed

luo

We are being loosed

2.

lu<^

You are being loosed

lu

You are being loosed

3.

lu

He/she/it is being loosed

lu

They are being loosed



Middle/Passive Primary Endings




Singular

Plural

1.

-omai

-omeqa

2.

-^ (-sai)

-esqe

3.

-etai

-ontai


Present of ei]mi<




Singular

Plural

1.

ei]mi<

I am

e]sme

We are

2.

ei#

You are

e]ste<

You are

3.

e]sti<(n)

He/she/it is

ei]si<(n)

They are




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