1st (Weak) Aorist Tense, Active Voice, Imperative Mood Verbs - Ancient Greek eLearning
Ancient Greek 1st aorist active imperative verbs refer to commands issued (either directly or indirectly) to perform an action. However, a critical point to remember is that the 'aorist tense' here does not refer to the temporal past, but to the fixed and momentary aspect of the action to be performed, eg: "Run (right now, for your life)!"
1st (weak) aorist active imperatives use the present-tense verb stem, and the following endings: -σον, -σατω, -σατε or -σαντων (there are no first person imperatives). If a vowel precedes the sigmatic ending, it will be lengthened to either an ω (if it is an ο-) or an η (if it is an α- or ε-).
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