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24.170 Forms of the Infinitive

You already have learned the forms of the infinitive which Croy lists in section 170.

Remember that you are not responsible for the perfect infinitive forms, but you do need to know the present active infinitive, present middle/passive infinitive, along with the aorist active, aorist middle, and aorist passive infinitives. Since there is no tense in the infinitive, the aorist infinitives do not have augment.

Present MIddle -Passive
Present Aspect
  Active Aorist Middle Aorist Passive
Aorist Aspect
(2nd Aorist) λαβεῖν λαβέσθαι
(no special
second aorist

roy also notes that the infinitive of the verb "to be" is εἶναι.




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