Make sure you read Croy section 154 in which he introduces you to the "liquid verbs" - that is, verbs whose stems in lambda, mu, nu or rho.
You may have noticed that there are some verb forms for which you have not yet learned the future tense, and this is because these liquid verbs have what look like contract verb endings in the future. Now that you have learned about the contract verb endings, you will find it easy to learn the future tense forms of these verbs.
You have a number of new liquid verbs in the vocabulary for this lesson, and there are some other liquid verbs you have learned already:
ἀποθνῄσκω (future stem: ἀποθαν-)
Although πίπτω is not a liquid verb, its future tense also belongs to this group.
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