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  • First class of the second conjugation use only the past aorist.
  • What relevance does the aorist tense hold for modern America?
  • Most grammarians differentiate the aorist indicative from the non-indicative aorists.
  • Most grammarians differentiate the aorist indicative from the non-indicative aorists.
  • All verbs ( except ) take the following endings in the aorist:
  • In the Arabic, aorist aspect is the logical consequence of past tense.
  • Other Indo-European languages lost the aorist entirely.
  • There are aorist infinitives and imperatives that do not imply temporality at all.
  • An example of differences between the two classes is the aorist-marker.
  • In the aorist series, intransitive verbs behave differently.
  • The reduplicating aorist involves reduplication as well as vowel reduction of the stem.
  • The aorist, the perfect and the imperfect.
  • Among Indo-European languages, Lithuanian is extraordinarily synthetic aorist and mediopassive forms.
  • Doric has also passed down its aorist terminations into most verbs of Demotic Greek.
  • Secondary endings are used with the imperfect, conditional, aorist, and optative.
  • The aorist of this verb is irregular, since it ends in ( ).
  • In the development of Latin, for example, the aorist merged with the perfect.
  • There is disagreement as to which functions of the Greek aorist are inherent within it.
  • Aorist and imperfect have disappeared from literary styles before the end of the 15th century.
  • A few archaisms still used ( aorist in the perfective aspect 1KABL'was').
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