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Present Tense, Active Voice, Imperative Mood Verbs - Ancient Greek elearning

Ancient Greek present active imperative verbs refer to commands issued (either directly or indirectly) to perform an action. However, a critical point to remember is that the 'present tense' here does not refer to the temporal present, but to the ongoing aspect of the action to be performed, eg: "Run (everyday, for your health)!"

Present active imperatives use the present-tense verb stem, and the following endings: -ε, -ετω, -ετε or -οντων (there are no first person imperatives). Of course, these verb-endings will be modified according to the ancient Greek contraction rules if the word in question is an α-, ε-, or o- contract verb.

This page normally would show an online elearning practice test of the endings for ancient Greek present tense, active voice verbs in the imperative mood. The test does not include accent marks, but does include α-, ε- and ο- contracts.

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