Mastering New Testament Greek Textbook Ted Hildebrandt Baker Academic


Present Paradigms of Other -mi Verbs



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Present Paradigms of Other -mi Verbs

Singular


1. i!sthmi

ti

dei

2. i!sthj

ti

dei

3. i!sthsi(n)

ti

dei

Plural

1. i!stamen

ti

dei

2. i!state

ti

dei

3. i[sta?si(n)

tiqe

deiknu


Present Participles

Active

Masc.

Fem.

Neut.

Nom.

didou

didou?sa

dido

Gen.

dido

didou

dido

Mid/Pass








Nom.

dido

didome

dido

Gen.

didome

didome

didome


Aorist Participles (just pop the di off the present ptc.)

Active

Masc.

Fem.

Neut.

Nom.

dou

dou?sa

do

Gen.

do

dou

do

Middle










Nom.

do

dome

do

Gen.

dome

dome

dome

Passive








Nom.

doqei

doqei?sa

doqe

Gen.

doqe

doqei

doqe


Perfect Participles (shift the di to de + perf. kot/kui )

Active

Masc.

Fem.

Neut.

Nom.

dedwkw

dedwkui?a

dedwko

Gen.

dedwko

dedwkui

dedwko

Mid/Pass

no perf. k







Nom.

dedo

dedome

dedo

Gen.

didome

dedome

dedome

Chapter 26 Summary: Numbers and Interrogatives

Introduction


Thus far we have looked at personal (e.g., e]gw<), relative (e.g., o!j), demonstrative (e.g., ou$toj), reflexive pronouns (myself, yourself, him/her/itself), and reciprocal (e.g., a]llh


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