From: Harry W. Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 28 2001 - 18:36:03 EST
I have had a chance to check out wheither or not NP and (M/F)P
subjects take plural verbs and have found evidence that they do. For
Matt. 22:4 MP KAI NP takes a plural verb.
Mark 3:28 NP KAI FP takes a plural verb.
Luke 9:58 takes a plural verb FP KAI NP.
Acts 3:7 FP KAI NP takes a plural verb.
Rev. 19:4 MP KAI NP takes a plural verb.
It's nice to find out that I was right.
> To All B-Greekers!
> Sometime in the past, someone asked a question about
> the verb agreement to multiple subjects that no one
> seemed to know the answer to. Since it is something
> I'm very interested in myself I would like to ask
> the question again.
> If we have a muliple subject:
> 1. Masculine plural and neuter plural-takes->plural or singular verb?
> 2. Neuter plural and masculine plural-takes->plural or singular verb?
> I would think that both instances would always take a plural verb.
> I welcome all comments.
> Best Regards to All,
> Harry Jones
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