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45 Days of French – Day 25

Lesson 14 of Essential French (EF) is a mixture of topics, with no common theme, though the conversation seems to be interested in family and travel. However, the examples are good and reinforce what has already been seen well. La … Continue reading

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Greek Pluperfect Indicative Active

This post will cover the pluperfect indicative active. There is no pluperfect infinιtive, subjunctive or optative. The pluperfect tense has completed aspect and past time, equivalent to the English, ”I had done.” The pluperfect indicative active is based on the … Continue reading

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Greek Perfect Indicative Active

This post will cover the perfect indicative active and the perfect infinitive active. There are also perfect subjunctives and optatives, however they will have to be addressed in another post. The perfect tense has completed aspect and present time, equivalent … Continue reading

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Greek Future Indicative Active

This post will cover the future indicative active. There is no future infinitive, subjunctive or optative. The future tense has either simple or progressive/repeated aspect and future time, equivalent to the English, ”I  will do (once)”, “I will do (often)” … Continue reading

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Greek Imperfect Indicative Active

This post will cover the imperfect indicative active. There is no imperfect infinitive, subjunctive or optative. The imperfect tense has progressive or repeated aspect and past time, equivalent to the English, ”I was doing,” “I used to do,” or “I … Continue reading

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