302. This includes an aorist and a future. The passive stem is formed by adding to the verb-stem the passive suffix, which is -θη- before a single consonant, -θε- before two consonants or a vowel (Θη-passive).
303. The aorist passive takes the active endings throughout.
304. The indicative takes the augment (§ 265) and the secondary endings, with -σαν in the third plural.
305. The subjunctive adds to the passive stem the mode suffix -ω:η-; -θέω:η- contracts to -θῶ- οr -θῆ- and the inflection, except for accent, is like any active subjunctive.
306. The optative adds to the passive stem the mode suffix -ιη-, in the plural and dual -ι- or -ιη- (-ιε- in the third plural); -θε-ι- contracts to -θει- and hence the accent can not precede -θει-.
307. The imperative adds to the passive stem the imperative endings, with -τι for -θι (§ 47 and 47.b).
308. The infinitive adds -ναι to the passive stem, and accents the penult (§ 296.a).
309. The participle adds -ντ- to the passive stem, and is declined as in § 165.