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15.104 The Pluperfect in Biblical Greek

Please read through Croy's notes on the pluperfect tense, which is provided purely for the sake of reference, since these forms are almost non-existent in Biblical Greek. The perfect tense is a primary (non-past) tense, and the pluperfect is the corresponding secondary (past) tense. Therefore, as a past tense, the pluperfect does feature augment, which you can see in the paradigm that Croy provides.

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