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Unformatted text preview: Form Speech Person # Tense Voice Mood Case # Gender ²sux±zvn ²suxÛaw ²sæxion ²sæxazon ²sux±zon ²suxÛoiw ²sæxasan ²sux±san ²suxazAmenow ²suxazAmeya ²suxi˙n ²suxÛvn ²suxÛan ²sæxaze 89 Imperfect of eimi and eimi Imperfect of eÞmÛ sum (the verb "to be"): Singular 1 st •, •n Old Attic • is from •a (Hom.) = –sm < /s-augmented + the secondary ending m , which becomes a (as in the first aorist). •n was formed by analogy to •men •ste . 2 nd •sya-ya is a perfect ending 3 rd •n The 3 plural was originally •n , contracted from •en (Hom.); this •n came to rd be used as 3 singular. rd Plural 1 st •men 2 •te , •ste nd 3 rd •san-san is imported from the sigmatic aorist. Imperfect of eämi ibo (the verb "to go"): Singular 1 st ´a, ¾ein o is the stem ei augmented ( hi with the iota "gone subscript") 2 nd ¾eisya, ¾eiw 3 rd ¾ein, ¾ei Plural 1 st ¾men 2 nd ¾te 3 rd ¾san, ¾esan...
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