Re: Finite verbs
Mon, 13 May 96 9:58:15 CDT

Marion Fox here again.

With regard to the personal endings of the active voice, primary tenses,
William H. Davis states:"The personal endings are remnants of personal
pronouns (page 26)."

Davis, William Hersey. (1923) Beginner's Grammar of the Greek New
Testament. New York: Harper & Row Pub. ISBN 0-06-061710-1

Do these personal endings continue to function as pronouns? If so, do
these pronouns have to take their antecedent in the nominative case? This
has been my understanding of the rule of grammar/syntax. Where could I
document this?

Marion R. Fox
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