Another question re. 2 Tim 1.12

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Wed Jan 6 08:23:03 EST 1999


At 7:59 PM -0500 1/5/99, Perry L. Stepp wrote:
>What is the syntactical function of the infinitive FULAXAI in 2 Tim 1.12?
>I'm translating it as the complement to the copula--"he is able (DUNATOS
>ESTIN) to keep . . ."  Is that (complementary infinitive) the proper
>terminology for what I'm seeing?

YES, that's the term; surely DUNATOS ESTIN is equivalent to DUNATAI.

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