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137. The future perfect of the dependent moods is rare, except in verbs whose perfect has the meaning of a present (49), where it is an ordinary future (82).

When it occurs in other verbs, it is only in the infinitive of indirect discourse. E.g. “Ταῦταἔφηπεπράξεσθαι δυοῖν τριῶν ἡμερῶν,” “he said that we should see these things already accomplished within two or three days.” DEM. xix. 74. (Here the direct discourse was πεπράξεται ταῦτα, these things will have been already accomplished.

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