Present Tense

To conjugate these verbs, you must first get the root or stem of the verb by dropping the final . You then add the correct ending for the subject, as shown in the table below.



If you've forgotten what the words , , etc. mean, those are pronouns, and you may review them here.

The present tense in Greek does double duty as both simple present and continuous present tense. That is, if you say

You may translate it as either “He writes a letter” or “He is writing a letter,” depending on your meaning. There's no distinction between these forms in present tense.

FYI: the name for present tense in Greek is:

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