Participles

  • nominal
    • e.g. ὁ πιστευων
  • adjectival
    • functions just like a ‘normal’ adjective, in an adjectival position, taking appropiate case/gender
    • το ὑδωρ το ζων
  • verbal
    • periphrastic (εἰμι + pcpl)
      • present, imperfect, future
      • perfect, pluperfect, future perfect
    • complimentary (with verbs like “I want…”)
    • supplementary (with verbs of perception)
    • imperitival
    • indirect discourse
  • adverbial
    • time
    • concession
    • condition
    • cause/reason
    • purpose
    • result
    • means
    • manner
    • attendant circumstances
    • genitive absolute
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