By Kenneth L. McKay
In fresh a long time it's been more and more famous that the types of the verb in old Greek, together with that of the hot testomony, don't sign time (past, current, future), yet element (the manner every one job is seen in terms of its context). using the recent insights, this publication deals a concise and obviously acknowledged account of how the verb works within the syntax of recent testomony Greek. Its technique is pragmatic, with emphasis on context instead of concept. it may be learn as a coherent account, and its 4 indexes additionally make it a convenient reference publication.
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This is probably the explanation of the plural verb in Lu 12:20 TauTrj Trj V U K T I TX]V <\>vxr\v oov dTTaiToOaii> OTTO aoO, tonight your life is being (will be) demanded of you, for there is nothing in the context to indicate who they are in the literal they are (will be) demanding. 6 i>opos ... l. 8ui>afTaO T O U S TTpoaepxopevous TeXeitoaai, the Law... l. is undoubtedly only an error due to the complexity of the sentence: the verb SwaTai is separated from its subject 6 vouo9 by a string of phrases including a clause with a plural verb, and it is followed by more plurals, so a weary scribe checking over his work might easily be confused and change it to the plural also).
4 and later sections. 4. Perfect. 1. The perfect aspect expresses the state or condition of the subject of the verb, as a result of an action (logically a prior action), but most often with comparatively little reference to the action itself. Some examples are: Mt 3:2 4|yyuoEV y a p r| p a a i X e i a TCOV ovpav&v, the heavenly kingdom is (has come) near; Mt 2:5 O U T O J S y a p y e y p a T T T a i . ; Mt 7:25 TeGepeXCtoTO y a p e m TT\V TTeTpaf, for its foundation was (had been) set on the rock.
Mk 14:47 aTTaaduevos T T > udxaipav, drawing his sword; with Mt 19:20 22 A N E W S Y N T A X O F T H E V E R B IN N T G R E E K and Lu 18:21 toOto -nama efyvXata, cf. Mk 10:20 toOra Xa^d\iT]v, I have kept all these. TTQVTO. e
A New Syntax of the Verb in New Testament Greek: An Aspectual Approach (Studies in Biblical Greek) by Kenneth L. McKay