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  • The aorist participle may be used where the action is completed, called the perfective aspect.
  • The remaining verbs may use only the past aorist, only the past imperfect or both.
  • The Homeric aorist differs in morphology from Attic, but the educated Athenians imitated Homeric syntax.
  • For this area of meaning the imperfect and aorist indicative tenses are used in Ancient Greek.
  • The sibilant aorist is formed with the suffixation of " s " to the stem.
  • Proto-Slavic maintained part of this, distinguishing between aorist and imperfect in the past tense.
  • The aspectual distinction between present and aorist was retained and still productive in Proto-Balto-Slavic.
  • "Aorist participles " are used when the dependent clause takes place before the independent clause.
  • In the Aorist a different pair of auxiliaries is used, one for intransitives and another for transitives.
  • Athematic verbs, and perfect actives and aorist passives, add the suffix instead, e . g ..
  • In Bulgarian, which has produced a new regular formation, the aorist is used in perfective imperfective aspect.
  • Modern Bulgarian retained the aorist, however, alongside the innovated system, producing a four-way contrast.
  • In this case, the aorist is formed from the verbal root without the present-stem sound changes.
  • In moods other than the indicative, the present, aorist, and perfect were almost indistinguishable from each other.
  • The past is expressed by aorist, imperfect, ending "-t " formally continues the supine.
  • For example, the aorist and the future tense affix will not be found on the same well-formed sentence.
  • Other conservative features of Albanian include the retention of the distinction between active and middle voice, present tense and aorist.
  • This article therefore chiefly describes the Attic aorist, describing the variants at other times and in other dialects as needed.
  • The formation of the aorist for most verbs is not complex, but there are numerous small subcategories that must be learned.
  • The distinction between the present and aorist infinitive in a context like the above is one of aspect rather than of time.
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