From: Jonathan Robie (74144.2360@CompuServe.COM)
Date: Thu Sep 05 1996 - 12:53:34 EDT
> This is right, but one could go a little bit further and note that,
> with a verb of seeing or perceiving (hear, AKOUW, sometimes take
> this same construction), an accusative plus participle quite
> regularly functions as an indirect statement BDF##416).
Thanks for pointing this out! Luckily, BDR seems to have the same section number
for this, so I was able to look it up (do BDR and BDF always have the same
> it's equivalent to KAI BLEPEI hOTI HRTAI EK TOU MNHMEIOU hO LIQOS.
I have seen a lot of examples of equivalence posted here, especially for
particibles. Does this come from a transformational approach to NT Greek
grammar? It would be really helpful for me to see lots of these kinds of
equivalences. (Of course, if I keep asking questions like this, I probably
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