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" The Imperfect is formed from the Present Stem by prefixing the augment and adding the personal endings. "
First Greek grammar - Page 120
by William Gunion Rutherford - 1880
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An Elementary Greek Grammar: Intended as a Companion to the Public School ...

Edward St. John Parry - 1891
...omitted, in oAAv^u the e of the Stem oAe-, Short о becomes w : as, tfi>vw/ji I gird, from Stem Ło-. II. The Imperfect is formed from the Present Stem by prefixing the Augment : as, ri-6r)-/jLL, i-ri-e^v. III. The Second Aorist is formed from the Verb Stem by prefixing the Augment...
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A Short Grammar of Attic Greek

Francis M. Connell - Greek language - 1919 - 196 pages
...aorist loses its augment in all moods except the indicative. 2. The imperfect tenses, act. and mid., are formed from the present stem by prefixing the augment and adding the terminations -ov and -o 3. The pluperfect tenses, act. and mid., are formed from the perfect stem by...
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