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40 - Wenham 25

Verbs extracted from 25A & 25B

EnglishGreek
he died απεθανεν
we went up ανεβημεν
I have sinned ήμαρτον
we carried ηνεγκομεν
it did not even fall ουδε επεσεν
they were fleeing εφευγον
they fled εφυγον
Go! (singular) Πορευου
Take! (singular) λαβε
You (sing.) let the children come! (Imper.) ελθετω τα παιδια
he had εσχεν
I found and carried εύρον και ηνεγκον
so that they received (consequence clause - uses the accusative & infinitive, pg. 85] ώστε αυτους παραλαβειν
he will carry and drink οισει και πιεται
we shall take and know λημψομεθα και γνωσομεθα
They will go down and offer καταβησονται και προσοισουσιν
He departed and threw (see note on bottom of page 103 regarding Aorist with the verb "departed") ύπηγεν και εβαλεν
when they brought (articular infinitive, pg. 86) [εν τώ...] εν τώ αγαγειν αυτους
the people blessed ό λαος ηυλογησεν
We cast ourselves εβαλομεν έαυτους
You (pl) took the clothes ελαβετε τα ίματια
the elders sent (not αποστελλω) οί πρεσβυτεροι επεμψαν
Did they flee? εφυγον;
it fell επεσεν
the virgin had a son ή παρθενος εσχεν υίον
they called him Jesus εκαλεσαν αυτον Ιησουν
it is necessary for the son to suffer (the son must suffer)[infinitive used as subject/object, pg. 84] δει τον υίον παθειν (πασχειν)
we went ηλθομεν
they left the sheep κατελιπον τα προβατα
they departed (see note on bottom of page 103 regarding Aorist with the verb "departed") ύπηγον (mistake made in mp3 file)
it is necessary for the crowd to eat and drink (infinitive used as subject/object, pg. 84) δει τον οχλον φαγειν και πιειν
the same young men carried οί αυτοι νεανιαι ηνεγκον
the other prophet died alone ό έτερος προφητης απεθανεν μονοσ
he had the first book εσχεν το πρωτον βιβλιον
Lo! he knew (note two special verbs - pg. 102) ιδε εγνω
they learnt to suffer εμαθον παθειν
they will see οψονται
she left the house (fem. form) κατελιπεν την οικιαν
she will come ελευσεται
we saw and said ειδομεν και ειπομεν
we ate and drank εφαγομεν και επιομεν
we shall eat and drink φαγομεθα και πιομεθα
Created by: Koine Greek