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#1 Jonna Schmidt

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Posted Yesterday, 06:00 PM

Dr. Jay does a search of the Greek word onion@[noun]

I get the same 34 words in 26 verses. Afterwards, things just keep going downhill for me

 

a. When I do the Analysis, I only get #4 forms of the word;  

     whereas, Dr. Jay gets #8 forms

 

b. Somehow, I can not get Command-T to "work" so that

     I get "Syntax results"

 

c. Also, when I tried to duplicate Dr. Jay's search of 

 

αγαπητοσ@[SUBJECT], 

 

I get the dreaded "no words found" message

 

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks for any help.

 



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Posted Yesterday, 11:37 PM

My guess is that either:

1. you haven’t purchased the Greek Syntax add-on

 

or

 

2. You aren’t using the module called “NA28 Greek NT” but one of the other Greek new testaments like UBS5 or NA28 Sigla.

 

Some screenshots would help Jonna... :-)


Edited by Ken Simpson, Yesterday, 11:37 PM.

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#3 Ken Simpson

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Posted Yesterday, 11:46 PM

Just played around a little - maybe this helps. I think Dr J has missed out some steps

 

If you analyse the results of οινος@[NOUN] and then add INFLECTED and SYNTAX to the “set analysis display” dropdown, then you get exactly what Dr shows.

 

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and when you accept that - you get something quite familiar...

 

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Does this help Jonna?

 

Loved the word “onion” for “οινος” in your OP! Autocorrect is not the Original Language student’s friend!


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