CHAPTER 7: THE AORIST, PRESENT AND PERFECT IN THE NON-INDICATIVE MOODS 321
CHAPTER 7: THE AORIST, PRESENT AND PERFECT IN THE NON-INDICATIVE MOODS 0. INTRODUCTION. In the above chapters (esp. 2 and 4), it is argued that Greek tense forms grammaticalize the speaker's conception of a process (verbal aspect), and not tempora...
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