From: Blahoslav Číčel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 15 1999 - 01:28:12 EDT
> ... Differences in
> idiomatic usage between the original language and the target language
> account for an inordinate number of the problems we have in understanding
> Greek texts--or, for that matter--texts in other languages alien to us.
> This is so obvious that we often fail to take it sufficiently into account
> when we have difficulties with a Greek text.
> Carl W. Conrad
Thank you. I was sure the translation is ok, but I was eager to know the
reason. Your answer satisfied my hunger :-)
Pastor, Most, Czech rep.
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