From: Sherrie Sanders (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 11 1998 - 19:46:21 EDT
From: Sherrie Sanders <email@example.com>
To: Biblical Greek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Saturday, October 10, 1998 10:12 PM
Subject: Re: Southern Translation
>>I present this, not to start a debate over whether the KJV should be
>>discarded or any such thing like that. But be honest: how many of
>>you instructors teach you (s) and y'all (pl)? Hmmm? As America
>>becomes more and more Southern, I look forward to seeing future
>>Greek Grammar's...and what they use for 2nd person plural forms.
>>Y'all take care!
>When I translate in Greek I usually translate my 2nd person plurals as
>"y'all". Another Southernization that was used in my first year Greek was
>MELLW (I think this is the one--correct me if I'm wrong). We'd often
>translate it as "fixin' to" instead of "about to". Oh, the fun o' livin' in
>the deep South!
>Pastor Mark QL Louderback
>St. Paul's Lutheran Church
>18098 Ga Hwy 67
>Statesboro, GA 30458
>Let the name of the Lord be praised,
> both now and forevermore.
> Psalm 113:2
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