From: John M. Moe (John.M.Moefirstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 22 1998 - 12:33:12 EDT
Present, active, indicative, 2nd person plural, and present, active
imperative, 2nd person plural. are the same. In your example PISTEUETE
displays this morphological ambiguity.
Bill Ross wrote:
> Aren't there verb forms that can be either imperative or indicative?
> "believe" in John 14:1?
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Rev. John M. Moe
St. John's Lutheran Church, Rich Valley
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