From: Sylvia Schmitz (Sylvia.Schmitz@t-online.de)
Date: Tue Oct 31 2000 - 01:52:52 EST
Wayne Leman schrieb:
> Sylvia asked:
> > in my studies of "New Testament Greek for Beginners" by Prof. J. Gresham
> > I came across the term "Deliberative Questions", but I didnot get any clue
> > this term means. The dictionary (Englisch-German and "Webster's
> > Dictionary") did not help to understand this term.
> > Could someone be so kind to answer this question?
> Sylvia, Machen is referring to a question where the speaker is wondering
> (deliberating) about what to do, for example:
> "What shall I eat?"
> "What should be do?"
> Often the Greek verb in the question is in the subjunctive mood.
> Wayne Leman
> Bible translation site: http://bibletranslation.lookscool.com/
thank you for your answer. It helped me to understand this concept.
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