CHAPTER 4: THE AORIST AND PRESENT TENSES IN THE INDICATIVE MOOD 163
CHAPTER 4: THE AORIST AND PRESENT TENSES IN THE INDICATIVE MOOD 0. INTRODUCTION. This chapter discusses in more detail several of the categories described in chapt. 2. In part I, the nature of the attitudes (Moods) of Greek are defined, and then c...
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