[B-Greek] Iterative, Customary, Gnomic, Conative, etc.

George F Somsel gfsomsel at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 28 23:52:30 EDT 2007


Yet even then we would need some agreed upon terms with which to discuss Greek except then the terms would be IN GREEK rather than in English.
 
george
gfsomsel
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----- Original Message ----
From: Curtis Hinson <curtis at curtishinson.com>
To: James Tauber <jtauber at jtauber.com>; B-Greek <B-Greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 11:49:51 PM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Iterative, Customary, Gnomic, Conative, etc.


Well, unless we "talk" Greek well enough to talk about Greek grammar IN 
Greek.  :-D

Bless the Name
Curtis Hinson
http://curtishinson.com

James Tauber wrote the following on 3/28/2007 8:11 PM:
> In other words, while I agree that being able to talk about a  
> language doesn't mean you can talk the language, the converse is also  
> true: just because you can talk the language doesn't mean you are  
> able to talk about it in a clear way.
>   

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