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[*] 137. There are three voices in Greek: Active, Middle, and Passive. The distinction of passive from middle is a distinction of function, not of form. The terminations of the passive are either middle or active, and only one comparatively late form is uniformly differentiated, the future in -“θήσομαι”, which is constructed on the basis of -“θην”, itself only prevalently passive.
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