[b-greek] Re: Articular Infinitive

From: Clwinbery@aol.com
Date: Fri Apr 06 2001 - 10:30:09 EDT

Dagoberto Garcia wrote;

>>>>>I have a question. Does The pronoun "se" in Mat. 18:33 serve as the

of the

Infinitive for "elehsai". And if so, is it an Articular Infinitive?<<<<<<

SE is the "subject" of the infinitive ELEHSAI, but it is not articular. The
infinitive is complementary to the very EDEI which always demands an
infinitive to complete its meaning. TON SUNDOULON is the object of the
infinitive. Another verb that takes an inf. complement is DUNAMAI.

Carlton Winbery
Prof. Religion
LA College

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