I raise, lift; carry, remove
I announce, report
I answer (direct object in the dative case)
I send out
I judge; I condemn
ἄφθαρτος, -η, -ον
δόξα, -ης, ἡ
κρίσις, -εως, ἡ
What are the Liquid Verbs?
Verbs that end in λ, μ, ν or ρ.
Recite Liquid Verbs Principle Parts
These may change.
What makes Liquid Verbs different?
The added sigma in future and aorist forms is dropped.
What changes in the Future tense of liquid verbs as compensation for the sigma?
The ultima has the syllabic force.
When the stem has an iota, it is dropped. (αίρω - αρῶ)
When the present has two lambdas, one is dropped. (αποστέλλω - αποστελῶ)
What changes in the aorist tense of the liquid verbs as compensation for the dropped sigma?
The stem is expected to change somehow and/or drop the theta in aorist passive form.
What paradigm do the active liquid verbs follow in the future tense?
What paradigm do the active liquid verbs follow on the First Aorist tense?
Regular First Aorist but they drop the added sigma before the declension.