[b-greek] Present Tense

From: GLEN L NAFTANIEL (glensmail@juno.com)
Date: Thu Mar 08 2001 - 20:59:10 EST

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<DIV>Hi, I have a question regarding present tense.&nbsp; I understand
present<BR>tense as representing a fact or reality viewed as occurring in
actual<BR>time and that action being a continuous action.&nbsp; I am wondering
two<BR>things. 1. Is the action ALWAYS continuous or are there acceptions.&nbsp;
and<BR>2. I am not sure what the implications of the action being
continuous<BR>are. Any assistance that could be offered would be
appreciated.&nbsp; Thanks,<BR>Glen Naftaniel <A
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