[b-hebrew] Infinitive Construct
C. Stirling Bartholomew
jacksonpollock at earthlink.net
Fri Feb 18 15:28:31 EST 2005
Waltke/O'Connor page 601 36.2.1.a
"The infinitive construct can represent very nominal part of a clause."
The way I read this statement, an infinitive construct can fill any
syntactical slot in a clause which a noun can fill. Is that what W/Oc are
If that is the case then an infinitive construct can fill the slot of a noun
in the construct state or in the absolute state. What does one call an
infinitive construct when it fills the slot of a noun in the absolute state?
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