From: Blahoslav Cicel (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 01:39:49 EST
> My grammar ilustrates the use of hEWS with "hEWS ESTI KAIROS,..."
> If I understand it correctly, then it is ok to say:
> hEWS PARERCETAI hO OURANOS KAI hE GH,... (without AN and using
> praesent indicative).
> If it is legal, what is the difference?
> With respect,
What a stupid question. I wanted to ask not about the *now* but about the
*to be* - future. Is there any other way to expres the *until* this happens
without AN + aorist subjunctive? If yes, what is the difference in meaning?
with respect to you (loosing a bit of selfrespect... :-(
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