Tertius Robertus wrote:i have another question on mi verbs. because we are given another chart to memorize, which is the perfect system of Î¹ÏƒÏ„Î·Î¼Î¹, but it is not told whther the chart works for all the mi verbs with the combination (h a) of verb stems..
á¼µÏƒÏ„Î·Î¼Î¹ must be taken on its own terms â€” it's a very odd verb.
I'm not a big fan of the phrase "Î¼Î¹-verbs." There is no such thing as a Î¼Î¹-verb, there are only verbs which have Î¼Î¹ presents
. It is true that some of the most common Î¼Î¹-present verbs are odd in several of the principal parts, but that's not intrinsic to their taking Î¼Î¹-presents. Î²Î±á½·Î½Ï‰ is a perfectly normal present stem but has a root-aorist, á¼”Î²Î·Î½, which acts like the 2nd aorist of á¼µÏƒÏ„Î·Î¼Î¹, á¼”ÏƒÏ„Î·Î½, whereas Î´Îµá½·ÎºÎ½Ï…Î¼Î¹ has a boring, regular aorist, á¼”Î´ÎµÎ¹Î¾Î±.
Each principal part of a verb may have its own character which will not necessarily be predictable from other principal parts.