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774. εἶμι in the indicative present means I shall go, I am going. See 1880. For I go ἔρχομαι is used in the present indicative, but not (in prose) in the imperfect, or in the other moods. The scheme of moods and tenses is as follows: Present: indic. ἔρχομαι, subj. ἴω, opt. ἴοιμι or ἰοίην, imper. ἴθι, inf. ἰέναι, part. ἰών. Imperfect: ᾖα. Future: εἶμι, ἐλευσοίμην, ἐλεύσεσθαι, ἐλευσόμενος.

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