From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 03 1998 - 08:59:24 EDT
At 6:51 AM -0500 9/3/98, Jonathan Robie wrote:
>Zerwick's notes on Mark 6:45 say hEWS with the present means 'while'. Is
>this always true? Can I always interpret hEWS as 'while' when it is used
>with a present tense verb?
Well ... maybe even with an imperfect--which, of course, is present system
(whaddaya mean, "tense," aspect geek?). But watch out for the AN with a
hEWS that may make it mean "until."
Carl W. Conrad
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