From: Steven R. Lo Vullo (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 25 2000 - 03:30:09 EST
On 11/25/00 2:00 AM, Alex / Ali wrote:
> Alan Thomas wrote
>> KAI hOTE EGENETO ETWN DWDEKA [aorist tense]
>> ANABAINONTWN AUTWN [present tense]
> Alan, I haven't seen it mentioned yet that DWDEKA is a cardinal number, and
> isn't the DEDWKA (perfect) which I think you had in mind.
Alan didn't mistake DWDEKA (cardinal number) for DEDWKA (perfect verb);
rather, he had in mind the aorist verb EGENETO, as the above quote shows.
His question had to do with the sequence of aorist and present tenses in the
two verses in question.
Steve Lo Vullo
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