[b-greek] Re: Aorist vs Present

From: George Athas (gathas@ausisp.com)
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 11:39:00 EDT

I've always understood the Present infinitive to refer to continuous action, whereas the
Aorist is of undefined aspect -- ie, it may continuous and ongoing, it may be simple and
instantaneous. AORISTOS is Greek for "undefined" after all.

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