Flashcards in Greek Grammar 13 (Indicative verbs) Deck (11):
Identify the verb "γράφετε" and translate?
Either the Present Indicative Active 2nd person plural. You (all) write. OR Present Imperative Active Plural. Write! (all of you)
Identify the verb "γράφομεν" and translate?
Present Indicative Active 1st person plural. We write.
Identify the verb "γράφε" and translate?
Present Imperative Active Singular. Write!
Identify the verb "γράφεις" and translate?
Present Indicative Active 2nd person singular. You write.
Identify the verb "γράφουσι(ν)" and translate?
Present Indicative Active 3rd person plural. They write.
Identify the verb "γράφειν" and translate?
Present Infinitive Active. To write.
If the word "γράφετε" appears. How will you know whether it is imperative plural or the 2nd person plural indicative?
By the context. However if the word "μή" appears before the verb, it is negating the imperative.
With the verb "γράφουσι(ν)". What is the "ν" called at the end of the verb and in what instance would you see it?
It is called the "movable Nu". It appears at the end when it is followed by either a vowel or a punctuation mark.
What is the Indicative mood?
The indicative is a straight statement that something is happening.
Identify the verb "γράφω" and translate?
Present Indicative Active 1st person singular. I write.