Koine Greek: Verbs - Pluperfect Tense

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The Pluperfect Tense in Koine Greek
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Lesson

The Pluperfect Tense is a uncommonly used tense for verbs in Koine Greek. It communicates the concept that an action has occurred in the past, and its effects are no longer present. For example:

Forms

A Pluperfect verb is formed by

  • Augment (sometimes)
  • Reduplication
  • Perfect Stem of the Verb
  • Specific ending

Pluperfect Active

Pluperfect Passive (and Middle)

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