[b-greek] Re: Multiple Subject and Verb Agreement

From: Harry W. Jones (hjbluebird@aol.com)
Date: Sat Oct 06 2001 - 02:00:13 EDT

Dear Emil,

In returning to your question I noticed that answer that you sought is not
in Wallace's GGBB book. In fact, your question looks like one that would
have to be researched out with a NT Greek database that has a good search
engine. Sorry I couldn't help. Maybe one of the others on the List can

Best Regards,
Harry Jones

> Dear all,
> I'm a new member to the list and a beginner in koine greek. I would like to
> ask some simple questions. In a case of multiple subject, a verb would very
> frequently agree in number with the closer subject element. I just want to
> make sure that my understanding is right, especially concerning the general
> rule of verb agreement with a neuter plural subject.
> If we have multiple subject:
> 1. masculine plural and neuter plural - plural or singular verb? (noting
> that neutral plural nouns usually have a singular verb as an agreement).
> 2. neuter plural and masculine plural - plural or singular verb?
> Are differences in gender in a multiple subject influencing the use of verb
> numbers?
> Thank you very much.
> sincerely,
> Emil Salim
> Jakarta, Indonesia

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