How to Use the Imperfect in Ancient Greek?

Written by Dyami Millarson The imperfect is the counterpart of the aorist in Ancient Greek (see my article on how to use the aorist). When one understand the aorist, one should be able to grasp the imperfect easily. The uses of the imperfect and aorist as past tenses are overlapping in many cases. However, the […]

How to Use the Imperfect in Ancient Greek?

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