3rd, sg., future, mid (deponent future), indicative, μανθάνω, μαθήσομαι
3rd person singular imperfect active indicative θύω, θύσω
2nd person singular imperfect active indicative εἰμί, ἔσομαι
3rd person sg., present mid-pass indicative, πείθω, πείσω
1st/3rd person singular imperfect active indicative of εἰμί, ἔσομαι
present mid-pass infinitive, φέρω, οἴσω
ἀκούω, ἀκούσομαι hear μανθάνω, μαθήσομαι learn ὁράω, ὄψομαι see [present, XI] ποθνῄσκω ποθανοῦμαι die [contract future, XI] λαμβάνω, λήψομαι take
2nd person singular active present indicative of εἰμί, ἔσομαι
dative; genitive; genitive of source, accusative of thing heard
1st person sing. OR 3rd person plural, imperfect, active, indicative ἄρχω, ἄρξω
1st p., sg., active, future, indicative of πράττω, πράξω
3rd person sg. fut ind. act. OR 2nd p. sg. fut. mid. active, ἔχω, ἕξω...σχήσω
Will you be willing to sacrifice gifts to the sun?
Identify TWO verbs that have deponent futures, and give their first two p.p.'s.
7. Men used to want to live in peace.
you (pl.) are
5. Were the men bringing gifts to their guests?
he will be
8. Were we left on [ἐν] the island?
Translate into English: ἐθελήσεις θύειν τὰ δῶρα τῷ ἡλίῳ;
Translate into Greek: 10. What [= that which] you are saying is unjust.
Verbs of trusting take the ___________ case, and verbs of ruling take the ______________ case. (Fill in the case). Possible bonus, for ten points: what cases does the verb ἀκούω take, and in what circumstances?
you (sg.) were
you (sg.) were judging
6. The friends of the gods used to go into the heavens.
________________ plural subjects take singular verbs. (Fill in the blank with the appropriate gender)
4. The children were writing to their friends.
they will hear