ButhFam at compuserve.com
Fri Mar 26 06:06:26 EST 1999
participles in books:
> Acts--1270; Luke--1047; Mat--915; Mark--558;
That's a 25% increase in acts over luke. interesting.
it would be good to break it down into narrative vs. discourse and acts
1-15 vs 16-28, over the number of words in the material or against the
number of main verbs/aorists. it could the potential of being added to
martin's statistical profile of semitic/natural greek.
one would expect luke to increase the number of participles vs main verbs
as a good greek writer. one might expect an added increase in acts 16-28 as
he writes more freely.
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