From: Donald W Price (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 28 2001 - 09:16:22 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."
Harry, thanks for your response. I would like to further narrow my
question and seek help
from you and others once again.
If a sentence has one subject but three verbs, and the negative "ou" is
located immediately *before* the
first verb, are the other two verbs also negated, or must an "ou" also be
placed in front of them?
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