Grammar questions which are not related to any specific text.
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Albert Rijksbaron has some publications on Greek Verbs. Not sure what happened to my pfd of his chapter in the Cambridge Grammar 2019. M. Aubrey can fill you in on details. Don't rush out and purchase the Cambridge Grammar 2019. That's not what you want. Monographs on verbs are in plentiful supply and you don't need to pay for most of them. The biggest problem is weeding out what isn't worth reading.
C. Stirling Bartholomew
- Joseph Fantin's book on imperatives is probably the best monograph for that mood: https://amzn.to/2V5P3jG
- As Stirling noted, Rijksbaron's introduction to the Greek Verb is arguably the best overview there is for the verb generally: https://amzn.to/3hUekHm
- Willmot is good, but you'll need to wade through what is and what isn't relevant to the 1st century: https://amzn.to/313PnU4
Mike Aubrey, Linguist
It depends on what level and what you've already read, but Mike's suggestions are a good start.
Stephen C. Carlson, Ph.D.