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Learning To Use New Testament Greek

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  1. Learning To Use New Testament Greek Lesson VIII

  2. a[gw – a[xw I lead – I will lead

  3. ajkou;w - ajkou;sw I hear – I will hear

  4. bapti;zw – bapti;sw I baptize – I will baptize

  5. ble;pw – ble;ysw I see – I will see

  6. gra;fw – gra;ysw I write– I will write

  7. dida;skw – dida;xw I teach – I will teach

  8. doxa;zw – doxa;sw I glorify – I will glorify

  9. eJtoima;zw – eJtoima;sw I prepare – I will prepare

  10. e]cw – e]xw I have – I will have

  11. qerapeu;w – qerapeu;sw I heal – I will heal

  12. khru;ssw – khru;xw I preach – I will preach

  13. lu;w – lu;sw I loose – I will loose

  14. pei;qw – pei;sw I trust in – I will trust in

  15. pe;mpw – pe;myw I send – I will send

  16. pisteu;w – pisteu;sw I believe – I will believe

  17. sw;zo – sw;sw I save – I will save

  18. eimi’ I am

  19. mh; – ouj not

  20. -w conjugation - mi conjugation Conjugations • Conjugations – related patterns of verbs • Latin conigo – “I join together”

  21. Primary Active Suffixes

  22. Primary Tenses Present – I love / I am loving Future – I will love Perfect – I have loved Future Perfect – I will have loved Secondary Tenses Imperfect Aorist Pluperfect

  23. Present And Future Active Indicative Of luw

  24. Amalgamation In The Future Tense

  25. Present Indicative Of eimi • eimi = I am • to be verb • expresses a state of being • linking verb • most frequently occurring mi verb oJ qeo;V fwV ejstin.

  26. Negatives • ou – “not” or “no” • before a verb in the indicative • mh – “not” or “no” • all other moods • ouk – “not” or “no” • before a verb beginning with a vowel • ouc – “not” or “no” • before verb with rough breathing mark