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ἀπέρχομαι

I go away, leave

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ἐγγίζω

I draw near, I approach

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μαρτυρέω

I testify, bear witness

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ὁράω

I see (share forms with βλέπω)

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πείθω

I persuade

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προσερχομαι

I come to, approach

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τηρέω

I keep, I guard

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εἶδός, τό

appearance

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ἥν

which (fem. acc. sg.)

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καλῶς

well (adverb)

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μαρτυρία, ἡ

testimony

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νικάω

I conquer

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οἶνος, ὁ

wine

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οὔτε... οὔτέ

neither... nor

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Σαμάρεια, ἡ

Samaria

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What are the three characteristics of the Perfect Verbs?

1. Reduplication of the first letter of the stem (and an added epsilon) 2. A kappa added at the end of the verb's basic stem 3. Secondary endings with an alpha variable vowel

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What paradigm is used for the Perfect Verbs?

First Aorist paradigm

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How do Perfect Verbs translate?

"I have... ed"

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How do the aspirant characters θ,φ and χ reduplicate?

With their non-aspirant characters. θ - τ φ - π χ - κ

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What do compound verbs reduplicate?

The verb stem, not their prepositional prefix. απολύω - απολέλυκα

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What is different about the deponent rendition of the Perfect Verbs?

The kappa is not added, but it does reduplicate the stem.

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What three characteristics form the pluperfect?

1. Has an augment 2. A reduplicated perfect stem 3. An -ει formation in the variable vowel ελελύκει

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Recite the Perfect Verbs Deponent Paradigms