Date: Sat Mar 10 2001 - 20:20:56 EST
Ken Smith wrote;
<<<Actually, Greek participles don't have person -- so the correct parsing
is "Present Active Participle, Masculine Plural Dative", without any
reference to person.>>>>
Technically verbs "to be" (EIMI) do not have voice so I would simply list
this one as "present participle, masculine, dative, plural of EIMI.
Interestingly the present of EIMI uses what we usually call active endings,
the imperfect uses a mixture of what we call middle and active, and the
future uses what we usually call middle endings.
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