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Machen Biblical Greek Lesson 12 Vocabulary & Grammar

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ἀπέρχομαι   I go away  
βιβλίον, -ου, τό   a book  
δαιμόνιον, -ου, τό   a demon  
δέχομαι   I receive  
ἐκπορεύομαι   I go out  
ἔργον, -ου, τό   a work  
ἔτι   still, yet  
θάλασσα, -ης, ἡ   a lake, a sea  
καί   and, also, even  
καί . . . Καί   both . . . And  
κατέρχομαι   I go down  
οὐδέ   and not, nor, not even  
οὐδέ . . . Οὐδέ   neither . . . Nor  
οὔπω   not yet  
περί   (prep. w/ gen.) concerning, about; (w/ acc.) around  
πλοῖον, -ου, τό   a boat  
συνέρχομαι   I come together  
ὑπέρ   (prep. w/ gen.) in behalf of; (w/ acc.) above  
In the imperfect indicative, are the middle and passive different in form?   As in the present tense, so also in the imperfect, the middle and passive voices are alike in form.  
Does the imperfect middle use primary or secondary endings?   As a secondary tense, the imperfect middle uses secondary endings.  
How are the imperfect middle and passive indicative identified?   The imperfect middle and passive indicative have an augment, a present stem, then a secondary middle or passive ending.  
How can we tell if a verb is deponent in the imperfect tense?   If a verb is deponent in the present it is also deponent in the imperfect.  
What is the relationship between a neuter plural subject and its verb?   The neuter plural subject regularly takes a singular verb, though it may be used with a plural verb as well.  


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