2nd Declension (neuter) noun endings
Identify the case of 12 different second declension neuter nouns and the neuter article.
Alfasta alkuun: Johdatus Uuden testamentin kreikkaan (Kiilunen, Jarmo; Hakola, Raimo) (4. painos) - (Greek for the Finnish speakers)
The vocabulary found in chs. 4-9 from William Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek 4th Ed.
The vocabulary found in chs. 10-14 from William Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek 4th Ed.
Vocabulary from “Beginning with New Testament Greek” by Plummer and Merkle
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Conjugation of λύω in Present Active Indicative. --- Some other verbs that are declined like λύω: ἄγω, ἀκούω, βάλλω, βλέπω, διδάσκω, ἔχω, λαμβάνω, λέγω.
Conjugation of φιλέω in Present Active Indicative. φιλέω belongs to a group of verbs called -εω verbs and conjugate like λύω, but the weak -ε at the end of the stem (φιλε-) combine with the vowel of the ending (example φιλε- + ετε = φιλειτε). This combining of vowels is called contraction....
Future Active Indicative of λύω, βλέπω, βαπτίζω and ἀνοίγω.
Imperfect Active Indicative of λύω. Imperfect does not mean "faulty" or "defective". One can think of it as "not completed". Imperfect is one of the past tenses in Greek. So the imperfect tense can be thought of as a process in the past, that maybe was not completed. The process in the past...
The aorist active indicative is the most common verb form in the New Testament. It is commonly used when a story is told. Some examples of aorist verbs translated to English: he blessed he ate he divided