Hortatory Subjunctivea) This is a statement urging others to join in some action (commanding oneself and ones associates). (It is roughly the same as first person imperative, which does not exist in Greek.)
b) It is easily identified because it will always be the first person plural form of the subjunctive mood. This verb form will often come near the beginning of the sentence.
c) It is usually translated "let us ." (Thus, as a mnemonic device, it can be referred to as the Salad Subjunctive.)
"Let us come forward to the Holy of Holies with a true heart in full assurance of faith."
"prosercwvmeqa meta; ajlhqinh'" kardiva" ejn plhroforiva/ pivstew","
"Let us run the race that is set before us."
"di uJpomonh'" trevcwmen to;n prokeivmenon hJmi'n ajgw'na,"
"Beloved, let us love one another."
"jAgaphtoiv, ajgapw'men ajllhvlou","
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