Posted 13 October 2006 - 12:39 PM
Posted 13 October 2006 - 09:31 PM
I know Colwell's rule has do do with the presence of an article with a predicate noun regarding placement before or after the copulative verb and its bearing on the definite-ness of the noun. Not sure which construct you'd like to find, so here are searches that would explore various instances:
(Note: I don't have the most recent GNT-T module that has proper/common noun tags, so I'm guessing here.)
For nouns following the verb
Find articular predicate nouns following copulative verb eimi:
eimi [ARTICLE nominative] [NOUN nominative common]
Look for anarthrous predicate nouns following eimi:
eimi [NOUN nominative common]
For nouns preceding the verb
Find anarthrous Predicate Nouns:
([Noun Nominative Common] eimi)<NOT> <PRECEDED BY> <WITHIN 1 Words> [Article Nominative]
Find articular PN's:
[ARTICLE nominative] [NOUN nominative common] eimi
Do the same searches and change [Noun nominative common] to [Noun nominative proper]
Also, can change them to relative pronouns to look at those.
That should all get you started.
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Posted 25 October 2006 - 01:34 PM
Novum Testamentum Graece (New Testament in Greek)
Nestle-Aland, 27th Edition, prepared by Institut für neutestamentliche Testforschung Münster/Westfalen, Barbara and Kurt Aland (Editors). Copyright © 1898 and 1993 by Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart.
Used by permission.
Morphological tagging by William D. Mounce and Rex A. Koivisto
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However, the [NOUN common] tag doesn't seem to work. When I search for just [NOUN common] I get the message
"The selected grammatical tag cannot be found in the "GNT-T" text.
Posted 25 October 2006 - 01:53 PM
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