Searching Case & Participle Functions

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Joshua A Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Nov 25 2012 9:42 PM

I am wondering if there is a away to look up the function of cases.  (Genitive of Apposition, etc)  Is there a way to this Participles?  

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 25 2012 10:26 PM

Joshua A Smith:
 (Genitive of Apposition, etc)

Genitive affects spelling, which has morphological tagging in Logos Greek Morphology.

Noticed Greek New Testament Insert has 15 Genitive uses:

In my Logos 5 library, have 1 resource with Friberg Greek Morphology, 2 resources with GRAMCORD Greek Morphology, and 27 resources with Logos Greek Morphology.  None of these morphologies have "of Apposition" tagging; only Genitive.  Logos Greek Morphology has conjunctions encoded with their use.

Looking at Greek New Testament resources that can be used for Syntax Searches, found two with Syntactic Force tagging, which has a Bible and Morph Search option:

 

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament also has a resource with SBL text.

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Harry Hahne | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 25 2012 11:05 PM

Joshua A Smith:

I am wondering if there is a away to look up the function of cases.  (Genitive of Apposition, etc)  Is there a way to this Participles?  

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament has tags on the function of words and clauses, including various uses of participles and cases of substantives. It is not perfect, since the classifications are interpretations made by humans, so you may disagree in some instances. But it is a great tool for finding examples of a particular type syntactical feature.

Another way to do this is to do a search for the desired type of syntactical feature in a grammar book, such as Wallace or Blass-Debrunner-Funk. This will find lots of examples of the particular syntactical feature you are interested in.

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