[b-hebrew] Isaiah 53: you made his life?
unikom at paco.net
Tue May 25 01:46:33 EDT 2004
> > masc "he would have seen" refers to a perfectly masculine waw just
> > in nafsho
> So, even if you regard tasim as third person feminine,
> you could still envision a switch to masculine because of
> the waw?
There is no switch. Everything is in order. What is the problem of having
two antecedents in a phrase?
> It's "he will see" of course.
> They don't even have tenses like "he would have seen" in
> Modern Hebrew, let alone Biblical.
This is a news for me. Of course they do. People just don't prefer to read
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