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355. Present participle.

The present participle represents durative action, regularly contemporaneous, occasionally prior.

Contemporaneous Action after a Principal Tense = Present Indicative:

DEM.29.25:βούλομαι . . . ἐξελέγξαι . . . αὐτὸν ψευδόμενον” (= “ὅτι ψεύδεται”), I wish to prove him to be a liar, that he is a liar.

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