active - a form of a verb showing
that the subject is the agent that performs the action expressed in the verb
aorist - a set of verb
forms that indicate that the action in the verb has been completed
future - a set of verb forms that
indicate that at the time of discourse, the action in the verb had not yet
imperative -a form of a verb that
indicates a command or a strong request. (It is only used in
the present and the aorist tense in the new testament. In the
aorist tense, the endings are added directly onto the tense formative.
There will be no augment in the aorist since the imperative cannot indicate
time. Ref Mounce)
imperfect - a set of verb forms that
indicate that at the time of the discourse, the action in the verb was
incomplete or continuing in the past
indicative - a form of a verb
that indicates an act or condition as an actual fact rather than as
unrealised condition, a possibility or a wish
middle voice - form of a verb showing
the subject is the agent in the action in the verb and that action reflects
back on the subject (eg I washed and then I ate)
pleural - indicates more
than one person or thing is involved
present - a form of a verb that
indicates that at the time of the disclosure, the action in the verb was
continuing or being repeated.
singular - indicates
only one person or thing is involved
subjunctive - a form of the verb
that indicates that an act or a state is not an actual fact, but is
possible, desirable, probable or wished
verb - a word that describes an
1st person something being
done by the speaker - pronoun "I did"
2nd person something being done
by the listener - pronoun "you said"
3rd person something being done
by a third party - pronoun "he/she/it loves"