, - -, - -, - I am loosed/am being loosed I loose myself/am loosing [for myself] Shape of the Future in Greek I will loose
We will loose You will loose You all will loose () They will loose
S/he/it will loose Chant this one Future Middle Paradigm - -
I will loose (for myself) - - - We will loose (for ourselves) Demonstrative and Relative Pronouns Summary , , = that , ,
, , = this = Relative (who, which) Imperfect Active Paradigm of , , , , I was loosing,
Chant: , , Imperfect Middle/Passive (IM/PI) Chant: , , I was being loosed , ,
Second Aorist Active Chant , , , , , Second Aorist Middle Chant -, -,
-, -, - Aorist Stem Changes -- 8 to know == (I came, went) == (I saw) == (I said) == (I became) == (I knew) == ( I had) == (I took) == (I found) 1st Aorist Active Paradigm
: I loosed --, , , , , Learn: 1st Aorist Middle Paradigm : I loosed for myself -, -, -, -, - Learn: Chanting the Present Particple Chant Present Nom.
Gen. Present Nom. Gen. Active: ptc = participle Middle/Passive
Aorist Participle Chant First Aorist Active 3-1-3 (chant) Nom. Gen. Nom. Gen.
First Aorist Middle Nom. Gen. 2-1-2 (non-chant) Perfect Participle Chant Perfect Active Participles (know these)
3 1 3 Perfect Middle/Passives Participles 2 1 2
Infinitive Endings to Chant (to loose) Present: Second Aorist: First Aorist:
Perfect: Hint: often when seeing an "" on the end of a "" on the end of a on the end of a verb suspect an infinitive. Subjunctive Chant PAS , , , , , () PM/P S , -, , -, -, - Imperative ending soft shoe
Present Imperative -, -, -, - (Active) -, -, -, - (M/Pas) First Aorist Imperative -, -, -, - (Active) -, -, -, - (Mid) -, -, -, - (Pas) Second Aorist endings = present endings + in the passive
8 9 10 Comparatives and Clauses Ch. 27 Comparatives/Superlatives Comparatives/Superlatives In English it is seen in: good / small better / smaller (comparative) best / smallest (superlative)
great, greater, greatest, etc. beautiful, more beautiful, most beautiful Comparative compares 2 items; Superlatives compare 3 or more Greek Comparative/Superlative In Greek the comparative may be function as: 1) A regular adjective 2) A superlative (superlative dying out) 3) A elative (intensified adjectival sense: very great) Superlative may function: regular, elative or comparative as well Greek Comparative
Greek uses an or -, -, - ending or -, -, - ending (great) -- (greater) (Mat 11:11), (many), (more) The particle is frequently used in comparative situations "" on the end of a greater than... Comparative as elative () who was seen for very many days (Acts 13:31)
Greek Comparative Comparative as superlative Luk 9:48 ... the least among you ... is greatest Comparative as regular Adj. Mat 12:6 I tell you, [something] greater than the temple is here Greek Comparative Declining comparatives: , , , , ... Other comparatives
(good); (better) (much); (more) (bad); (worse) Greek Superlatives Superlatives made by adding -, -, - or -, -, - (little) (great) (less) (greater) (least) (greatest)
Some other superlatives , -, - (highest); (most) Greek Superlatives As elative: Mk 4:1 a very great crowd gathered before him As Comparative Mat 21:28 . a man had two sons. He came to the first and said
until until when when when before Conjunctions - Causal Structural Markers for
because because since since since Conjunctions - Purpose -Structural Markers in order that in order that in order that Conjunctions - Continuative Structural Markers
and, now that that and and then, now Conjunctions - Adversative Structural Markers
but but but -- rare however however, then, therefore Other structural marking particles
so be it, truly therefore behold behold indeed yes, indeed Clause types - Introduction Phrase -- multiple word unit without a verb Clause -- multiple word unit with a verb Clauses can act or substitute for: 1) Substantive (noun): I do not have what I need.
2) Adjective: He bought the ball which was on the floor. 3) Adverb: We will visit when the car is working. Clause Types -- Purpose Clause Purpose Clause -- Tells the goal or reason for the action of the main verb I went to encourage Zach. -- tells goal/purpose for an activity Infinitives play this role Do not think that I came to destroy the law.
Purpose Clause or with the articular infinitive (Mat 23:5) they do [them] to be seen by men With + subjunctive -- he came that he might bear witness concerning the light (Jn 1:7) Result Clause Shows results of main verb. In English the translation is often close but the meaning is quite distinct or + Infinitive
(1 Cor. 13:2) and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains (result of faith) Temporal Clauses Tell when the events of the main verb are taking place (before, after, during ...) The structural indicating conjunctions will trigger this , . When Jesus had finished these words, he departed (Mat 19:1)
Thinking beyond the box The point of the discussion on clauses was to begin thinking beyond the word level (parsing, word meaning) moving to the phrase and clause level. Language Levels The development is from: words phrases & clauses words/phrases/clause sentences Sentences to paragraphs Finally paragraphs discourses/books/epistles Language Levels
He wrote in the book which was on the table. Importance of different levels Context determines meaning. These higher levels allow one to establish semantic and syntactic context. Chapter 27 Vocabulary two twelve , , one
one hundred seven Chapter 27 Vocabulary , , no, no one , , no, no one five , three , -, thousand
Vocabulary Review Chapter 27 Vocabulary two twelve , , one one hundred seven Chapter 27 Vocabulary
, , no, no one , , no, no one five , three , -, thousand Chapter 26 Vocabulary , - of him/her/itself , -, - my, mine
Teacher reads aloud to students, modeling pronunciation, pacing, and expression. ... Purpose: understanding there is a method to the madness of development. Speaker Notes: When you build sets of texts around a topic, it's important to be strategic. Using complexity...
Source: Aplomb, Justine Sherry et al., SIGCOMM '12 . Example: Need for better ways to use. Most common causes of middlebox failure. Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Encapsulate specialized app as software network functions. Run . network functions inside VMs.
Inheritance is a powerful feature in object oriented programming It refers to defining a new class with little or no modification to an existing class. The new class is called derived (or child) class and the one from which it...
Overview Cuneiform, meaning "wedge," is the term applied to a mode of writing which used a wedge-shaped stylus to make impressions on a clay surface, and also on stone, metal, and wax. Most of the clay tablets were sun-baked, making...
Both Europe and the New World were transformed as a result of the Age of Exploration and the exchanges that occurred between the two regions. For Europeans, the Columbian exchange resulted in improved diet, increased wealth, and the rise of...
What are the Design Elements? Design Elements are the small ingredients that can make up a page and allow it to be tidied together. These are the building blocks to creating a successful Graphical Layout.
A thread (or lightweight process) Basic unit of CPU utilization; it consists of: program counter, register set and stack space. A thread shares the following with peer threads: code section, data section and OS resources (open files, signals)
A-G REQUIREMENTS FOR UC AND CSU ADMISSION NOTE: Students must earn a "C ... Club de Interact. Club de Teatro. Club de Baile. ... clave. ¡Estoesimportante! Estecorreonecesita de ser el mismo que ustedtieneennuestro archive y tambiénva a seracceso (login) a...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!