Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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Jussive Future.—The future may express a command, like the imperative; and, in the second person, may denote concession or

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permission. The negative is οὐ. The tone of the jussive future (which is post-Homeric) is generally familiar.

ὣς οὖν ποιήσετε you will do thus P. Pr. 338a, ἀναγνώσεται τὸν νόμον—ἀναγίγνωσκε the clerk will read the law—read D. 24.39, αὐτὸς γνώσει you will judge for yourself P. Phil. 12a, σπουδὴ ἔσται τῆς ὁδοῦ you will have to hurry on the march T. 7.77, ὑ_μεῖς οὖν, ἐὰ_ν σωφρονῆτε, οὐ τούτου ἀλλ' ὑ_μῶν φείσεσθε now, if you are wise, you will spare, not him, but yourselves X. H. 2.3.34.

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