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4. He was preaching the gospel of the new covenant. 5. He is able to take away our sins. 6. Let us be led by the Lord into truth. Footnotes 1The question mark (;) is the same in form as our semicolon. Page 77 Lesson XXIV Second Aorist Indicative Active and Middle 177. Vocabulary avpe,qanon I died; second aor. of avpoqnh,skw. e;balon I threw, cast; second aor. of ba,llw. evgeno,mhn I became; second aor. of gi,nomai. no present stem in use, but o`ra,w is used in present tense. no present stem in use, but le,gw is used in the present tense.
Li,ph| li,phsqe 3. li,phtai li,pwntai 191. Observe: 1. There is no augment in the aorist subjunctive. 2. The personal endings are the primary active and middle. 3. The subjunctive mode sign is the long thematic vowel w/h. 4. The only difference in form between the second aorist subj. (act. and middle) and the present subj. (act. and middle) is in the stem,present stem leip-; aorist stem lip-. 192. Let it be remembered that the aorist subjunctive does not denote past time. But the real time of the subj.
These verbs in -a,w, -e,w, and -o,w are contracted only in the present and imperfect, and will be studied in Lessons XLIX, etc. In all other systems these verbs, if regular, are conjugated like the corresponding tenses of lu,w. 215. The future of avgapa,w is avgaph,sw; lale,w is lalh,sw; fanero,w is fanerw,sw. From these forms it is evident that verbs whose stems end in a short vowel (a, e, o) generally lengthen that vowel before -so/e 1 of the future, and then are conjugated like lu,sw (see 208).