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Unformatted text preview: 78 Form Identification: manynv, mayfisomai, mayon mayhtfiw, mayhtoL myhma, mayfimatow tae mayhtaew, mayhtfi, mayhtaen Part of Verbs Nouns/Adjectives Form Speech Person # Tense Voice Mood Case # Gender mayon mayhtaen manynvn manyanomnhw mayaenti /myomen manynein mayfimasi mayhtow mayew mayoLsa manynousa mayht mye manyanosaiw mayhtaw mayn 79 The Aorist System in Greek In the indicative mood, aorist is used to refer to simple, unique occurrences in the past: C Dikaiopolis brother opened the door. C The god Asklepios healed Philip. You have already noticed that the temporal augment / for the aorist occurs only in the indicative mood. This is because, in the aorist, only the indicative mood emphasizes time. All other forms of the aorist usually emphasize, instead, aspect. Aspect refers to how one views the action of the verb S that is, whether the action is viewed as completed vs. incomplete, customary vs. a single occurrence, a general truth vs....
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