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231. These constructions are discussed under the following heads:—

I. The potential optative and indicative.

II. The imperative and subjunctive in commands, exhortations, and prohibitions.—Subjunctive and indicative with μή and μὴ οὐ in cautious assertions.— Ὅπως and ὅπως μή with the independent future indicative or subjunctive.

III. The subjunctive (like the future indicative) in independent sentences.—The interrogative subjunctive.

IV. Οὐ μή with the subjunctive or future indicative.

V. Final and object clauses after ἵνα, ὡς, ὅπως, ὄφρα, and μή.

VI. Conditional sentences.

VII. Relative and temporal sentences, including consecutive sentences with ὥστε, etc.

VIII. Indirect discourse.

IX. Causal sentences.

X. Expressions of a wish.

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