From: Harry W. Jones (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 27 2001 - 21:31:29 EDT
In answer to your question I'll quote from my Paul Kaufman NT Greek
grammar. "OU is generally placed before the word it negatives, thus:
OU GINWSKW AUTON,I do not see him (cf. Mt 26:74). Usually it is placed
immediately *before* the verb."
I hope that this helps.
> Does the negative "ou" negate just the first verb in front of which it
> sits, or all verbs that follow it in an independent clause? Greek
> Grammars that I've checked do not seem to address the question.
> Wayne Price
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