Present Tense, Active Voice, Indicative Mood Verbs - Ancient Greek elearning
As their name suggests, ancient Greek present active indicative verbs describe (or indicate!) what actions are currently happening in the present.
Present active indicatives use the present-tense verb stem, and the following endings: -ω, εις, -ει, -ομεν, ετε or -ουσι(ν). 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.
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