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SUBJUNCTIVE: What is the Present Active of δίδωμι?

1s: διδ[ῶ]
2s: διδ[ῷς]
3s: διδ[ῷ]

1p: διδ[ῶμεν]
2p: διδ[ῶτε]
3p: διδ[ῶσι(ν)]

2

SUBJUNCTIVE: What is the Present M/P of δίδωμι?

1s: διδ[ῶμαι]
2s: διδ[ῷ]
3s: διδ[ῶται]

1p: διδ[ώμεθα]
2p: διδ[ῶσθε]
3p: διδ[ῶνται]

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SUBJUNCTIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Active of δίδωμι?

1s: δ[ῶ]
2s: δ[ῷς]
3s: δ[ῷ]

1p: δ[ῶμεν]
2p: δ[ῶτε]
3p: δ[ῶσι(ν)]

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SUBJUNCTIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Middle of δίδωμι?

1s: δ[ῶμαι]
2s: δ[ῷ]
3s: δ[ῶται]

1p: δ[ώμεθα]
2p: δ[ῶσθε]
3p: δ[ῶνται]

5

SUBJUNCTIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Passive of δίδωμι?

1s: δο[θῶ]
2s: δο[θῇς]
3s: δο[θῇ]

1p: δο[θῶμεν]
2p: δο[θῆτε]
3p: δο[θῶσι(ν)]

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IMPERATIVE: What is the Present Active of δίδωμι?

1s: -
2s: δίδ[ου]
3s: διδ[ότω]

1p: -
2p: δίδ[οτε]
3p: διδ[ότωσαν]

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IMPERATIVE: What is the Present M/P of δίδωμι?

1s: -
2s: δίδ[οσο]
3s: διδ[όσθω]

1p: -
2p: δίδ[οσθε]
3p: διδ[όσθωσαν]

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IMPERATIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Active of δίδωμι?

1s: -
2s: δ[ός]
3s: δ[ότω]

1p: -
2p: δ[ότε]
3p: δ[ότωσαν]

9

IMPERATIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Middle of δίδωμι?

1s: -
2s: δ[οῦ]
3s: δ[όσθω]

1p: -
2p: δ[όσθε]
3p: δ[όσθωσαν]

10

IMPERATIVE: What is the 2nd Aorist Passive of δίδωμι?

1s: -
2s: δ[όθητι]
3s: δ[οθήτω]

1p: -
2p: δ[όθητε]
3p: δ[οθήτωσαν]

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INFINITIVE: What are the Present: Active, Middle, Passive of δίδωμι?

Active: διδ[όναι]
Middle: δίδ[οσθαι]
Passive: δίδ[οσθαι]

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INFINITIVE: What are the 2nd Aorist: Active, Middle, Passive of δίδωμι?

Active: δ[οῦναι]
Middle: δ[όσθαι]
Passive: δ[οθῆναι]

13

PARTICIPLE: What are the Present: Active, M/P of δίδωμι? (paradigm)

ACTIVE:
διδούς, διδοῦσα, διδόν
διδόντος, διδούσης, διδόντος

M/P:
διδόμενος, η, ον
διδομένου, ης, ου

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PARTICIPLE: What are the 2nd Aorist: Active, Middle, Passive of δίδωμι? (paradigm)

ACTIVE:
δούς, δοῦσα, δὀν
δόντος, δούσης, δόντος

MIDDLE:
διδόμενος, η, ον
διδομένου, ης, ου

PASSIVE:
δοθείς, δοθεῖσα, δοθέν
δοθέντος, δοθείσης, δοθέντος

15

What is the First Class Conditional Sentence: nickname, paradigm, and protasis and apodosis distinctives?

-"Conditions of fact"

-Saying if something is true, and assumed it is for sake of argument, then such and such will occur.

-Protasis = εἰ + indicative; any tense, neg. by οὐ.

-Apodosis = any mood/tense

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What is the Second Class Conditional Sentence: nickname, paradigm, and protasis and apodosis distinctives?

-"Contrary to fact"

-Saying if something is true, even though it's presumed false, then such and such would occur.

-Protasis = εἰ + indicative; past tense, neg. by μή.

-Apodosis = ἄν + indicative; same tense as Protasis

17

What are the two categories of the Third Class Conditional Sentence?

1. Future More Probable

2. Present General

18

What are the Third Class Conditional Sentence: protasis and apodosis distinctives?

-Protasis = ἐάν + subjunctive; negated by μή.

-Apodosis = any mood/tense

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What is the Fourth Class Conditional Sentence: nickname, paradigm, and protasis and apodosis distinctives?

-"Optative"

-The Optative expresses a wish.

-Protasis = εἰ + optative

-Apodosis = ἄν + optative