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Hebrew And Greek Verb Forms According To Clause Types

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This appendix section of the book on The Septuagint's Translation of the Hebrew Verbal System in Chronicles contains six tables. The first two tables give the breakdown of the narrative verb forms in Hebrew and Greek and their corresponding forms in the other language. The third and fourth tables give the breakdown of the reported speech main clause verb forms in Hebrew and Greek and their corresponding forms in the other language. The fifth and sixth tables give the breakdown of the subordinate clause verb forms in Hebrew and Greek and their corresponding forms in the other language.

Keywords: chronicles; Greek; Hebrew verbal system; narrative verb forms; speech main clause verb forms; subordinate clause verb forms

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