Imperative (Greek)

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The imperative mood in Greek gives a command. It only occurs in the second and third persons and likewise only occurs in the present and aorist tenses.

They can be differentiated from other verbs because they carry a special morpheme. Another thing to note about imperative verbs is that the second aorist has a different tense stem than the present.[1] [2] [3] [4]