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Re: Imperative
by Greg Brush - Monday, 11 July 2005, 03:53 AM
  Active voice imperatives:
While there are a few scattered (non-continuous) imperatives that are used in the early Audio Lessons, the formal presentation of imperatives begins in Lessons 32, 33, and 34 with the non-continuous singular (εσύ) of active verbs. The plural forms (εσείς) are introduced in L35.
Lesson 60 contrasts continuous/imperfective (from present stem) and non-continuous/perfective (from aorist stem) imperatives of active stem-stressed verbs. Lesson 100 concludes LGO's treatment of this subject with the continuous and non-continuous imperatives of active end-stressed verbs.

Middle/passive voice imperatives:
Learn Greek Online does not cover middle/passive verbs beyond the present tense. It never uses nor formally introduces the past of any middle or passive verbs, nor does it ever use any middle/passive imperatives, either continuous or non-continuous, for these 2 voices.

Greg Brush