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[*] 23. The present indicative represents an action as going on at the time of speaking or writing; as γράφω, I write, or I am writing. An important exception occurs when the present indicative in indirect discourse denotes time which is present relatively to the leading verb. See above, 22; 669, 2; 674, 1.
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