Pro-tips for surviving without alcohol in a barren land from Cyrus the Great.
Will Ross and Greg Lanier took some time to answer some questions with Hendrickson Publishers about all the work they put into their Reader's Edition LXX.
This second post on predicate types and narrative structure applies the discussion from the previous post to English and then Greek examples
When we talk about the concepts of background and foreground, it needs to be emphasized that we are not merely discussing aspect. Grounding is about the structure of communication rather than about any one grammatical form. Background and foreground information are each defined in accordance with a particular set of conceptual features. The background provides durational... Continue Reading →
Tense and aspect are central for narrative text. The perfective and imperfective aspect, particularly, are essential for how an author builds a narrative structure and signals to the reader the flow of the story.
Here are 5 forthcoming books related to the study of language and Ancient Greek that I'm looking forward to and perhaps you should be aware of, if you're interested in Ancient Greek grammar.
I have collected together the links four posts in this little series on σκύβαλον for easier reference.
Herein, we come to the end of our discussion of the semantics of σκύβαλον and how it relates to English taboo words.
We're sad to hear that BibleWorks, after 26 years in business, is coming to an end.