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ERNEST DE WITT BURTON
Former Professor at the University of Chicago

MOODS AND TENSES
OF NEW TESTAMENT GREEK


PREFACE
INTRODUCTORY

I.  TENSES
 
A.  TENSES OF THE INDICATIVEMOOD
1.  PRESENT INDICATIVE

2.  IMPERFECT INDICATIVE

3.  AORIST INDICATIVE

4.  FUTURE INDICATIVE

5.  PERFECT INDICATIVE

6.  PLUPERFECT INDICATIVE

B.  TENSES OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS
1.  GENERAL PRINCIPLES

2.  PRESENT OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS

3.  AORIST OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS

4.  FUTURE OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS

5.  PERFECT OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS

6.  TENSES OF THE INFINITIVE AFTER PREPOSITIONS

7.  TENSES OF THE DEPENDENTMOODS IN INDIRECT DISCOURSE

C.  TENSES OF THE PARTICIPLE
1.  GENERALPRINCIPLES

2.  THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE

3.  THE AORIST PARTICIPLE

4.  THE FUTURE PARTICIPLE

5.  THE PERFECT PARTICIPLE


II.  MOODS
 
A.  INDICATIVE MOOD

B.  SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD

C.  OPTATIVE MOOD

D.  IMPERATIVE MOOD

E.  FINITE MOODS INSUBORDINATE CLAUSES

1.  MOODS IN CLAUSES INTRODUCED BY FINAL PARTICLES

2.  MOODS IN CLAUSES OFCAUSE

3.  MOODS IN CLAUSESOF RESULT

4.  MOODS IN CONDITIONALSENTENCES

5.  MOODS IN CONCESSIVESENTENCES

6.  MOODS IN RELATIVECLAUSES

I.    DEFINITE RELATIVE CLAUSES

II.  CONDITIONALRELATIVE SENTENCES

III. RELATIVE CLAUSES EXPRESSING PURPOSE

IV.  RELATIVE CLAUSES INTRODUCED BY WORDS MEANING UNTIL, WHILE, BEFORE

7.  MOODS IN INDIRECTDISCOURSE

8.  CONSTRUCTIONSAFTER Kai. evge,neto

F.  THE INFINITIVE
1.  THE INFINITIVEWITHOUT THE ARTICLE

2.  THE INFINITIVE WITHTHE ARTICLE

G.  THE PARTICIPLE
1.  THE ADJECTIVEPARTICIPLE

2.  THE ADVERBIAL PARTICIPLE

3.  THE SUBSTANTIVEPARTICIPLE

H.  THE USE OF NEGATIVES WITH VERBS
1.  NEGATIVES WITH THEINDICATIVE

2.  NEGATIVES WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE,OPTATIVE, AND IMPERATIVE

3.  NEGATIVES WITH THE INFINITIVE ANDPARTICIPLE

4.  SUCCESSIVE AND DOUBLE NEGATIVES