Ancient Greek future tense, active voice, indicative mood verbs describe (or indicate!) actions that will be performed in the future by the subject of the sentence.
(Note that there is no optionality regarding these future actions; future indicative actions must definitely occur.)
Every future active indicative in Ancient Greek is composed of a verb stem and one of the following endings: -σω, -σεις, -σει, -σομεν, -σετε or -σουσι(ν). Of course, these verb-endings will be modified according to the Ancient Greek contraction rules: α- & ε- contract verbs are lengthened to η prior to the sigma, while o- contract verbs are lengthened to ω. (Click the yellow review button for more details.)
This test does not include accent marks, but does include α-, ε-, and o- contract verbs.
For each question, click on the best answer. Some answers may appear incomplete because a direct or indirect object is not provided.
- 1st Person Singular
- 2nd Person Singular
- 3rd Person Singular
- 1st Person Plural
- 2nd Person Plural
- 3rd Person Plural
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