From: Joseph Brian Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Sep 11 1999 - 12:36:39 EDT
KAQWS ESTIN DIKAION EMOI TOUTO FRONEIN hUER PANTWN hMWN DIA TO ECEIN ME EN
THi KARDIAi hUMAS, EN TE TOIS DESMOIS MOU KAI EN THi APOLOGIAi KAI
BEBAIWSEI TOU EUAGGELIOU SUGKOINWNOUS MOU THS CARITOS PANTAS hUMAS ONTAS.
1. What does KAQWS modify?
2. What does DIKAION modify?
3. What does FRONEIN modify?
4. Do you agree that ONTAS is substantival, in apposition to hUMAS? If so,
how would you translate it?
5. The participle ONTAS could also be circumstantial to the controlling
verb ECEIN. Which of the specific functions of the circumstantial
participles is found here (i.e., what type of relationship is there between
ONTAS and ECEIN?):
How would you reflect your choice in the translation of the participle?
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