From: Alan Repurk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 11 1996 - 12:35:57 EDT
Gentlemen and Scholars,
I have been learning my verb forms and have been wondering
as I see forms like Future middle indicative liquid and present
liquid forms of KRINHi (You will judge vs You judge) that there
must be many more forms like this one where one must use the accents
to determine the proper tense or form.
Sinse the original manuscripts were all written with capital letters,
no spaces between words and no punctuation, are there many instances
where there is dispute as to what form of the word was intended by
the Author ?
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