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26 - Wenham 21

FUTURE TENSE & corresponding rules

EnglishGreek
they will injure αδικησουσιν
you (sing.) will call καλεσεις
he will open ανοιξει
I will send πεμψω
they will hear ακουσουσιν
you (sing.) will prophesy προφητευσεις
they will obey ύπακουσουσιν
they will pursue διωξουσιν
they will have έξουσιν
they will clothe ενδυσουσιν
I will open ανοιξω
we shall behold θεωρησομεν
we will send πεμψομεν
he will speak λαλησει
they will see βλεψουσιν
we shall persuade πεισομεν
they will call καλεσουσιν
he will have έξει
Identify the 3 mute gutturals: γ, κ, χ
Identify the 3 mute labials: β, φ, π,
Identify the 3 mute dentals: δ, θ, τ
κ + σ = ? ξ
γ + σ = ? ξ
χ + σ = ? ξ
π + σ = ? ψ
β + σ = ? ψ
φ + σ = ? ψ
τ + σ = ? σ
δ + σ = ? σ
θ + σ = ? σ
In future tense of -εω verbs, what happens to the ε before the final σ? It lengthens to become η.
What verb is an exception to the rule that lengthens an ε to η in the future tense of -εω verbs? καλεω (future would be: καλεσω)
Change ανοιγω to future tense. ανοιξω
Change εχω to future tense. έξω
Change βλεπω to future tense. βλεψω
Change γραφω to future tense. γραψω
Change πειθω to future tense. πεισω
Change καλεω to future tense. καλεσω
Created by: Koine Greek