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[*] 266. Owing to this indefiniteness of the future in regard to continuance and attainment, the Greek language has a tendency to use other forms of greater temporal exactness, such as the optative with “ἄν” and “ἄν” with the subjunctive. The Greek is very rich in expressions for the future.
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