NT Greek VocabularyA.T. Robertson active adjective Adjectives Aorist Aorist Indicative benefacere bonus castitas certamen Ernest De Witt Burton Friedrich Wilhelm Blass Future Indicative Georg Benedikt Winer Hebrew ignorantia ignotus Imperfect Indicative iniquitas laus Present Indicative sanctificare sanctificatio sanctus verb vigilare Κοινή θαυμαζω πάντες τις ܐܚܐ ܐܡܢ ܒܐܫ ܕܒܪ ܕܟܐ ܕܡ ܚܒ ܚܛܐ ܣܟܠ ܥܘܠ ܥܩ ܨܕ ܩܕܫ ܫܒܚ ܫܘܩܐ
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The Conative Present The Present Indicative is occasionally used of action attempted, but not accomplished. This use is, however, not to be regarded as a distinct function of the tense. The Conative Present is merely a species of the Progressive … Continue reading
The Progressive Present The Present Indicative is used of action in progress in present time. Matt. 25:8; αἱ δὲ μωραὶ ταῖς φρονίμοις εἶπαν Δότε ἡμῖν ἐκ τοῦ ἐλαίου ὑμῶν, ὅτι αἱ λαμπάδες ἡμῶν σβέννυνται, our Study more …..
(1) The significance of the tenses of the Indicative mood may be stated in general as follows: – As respects progress: The Present and Imperfect denote action in progress; the Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect denote completed action; the Aorist … Continue reading
The action denoted by a verb may be defined by the tense of the verb (a) As respects its progress. Thus it may be represented as in progress, or as completed, or indefinitely, i.e. as a simple event without reference … Continue reading
There are seven tenses in the Greek:- Present, Imperfect, Aorist, Future, Perfect, Pluperfect, Future Perfect. Those tenses which denote present or future time are called Primary tenses. Those tenses which denote past time are called Secondary tenses. Since the time … Continue reading