Jump to content


Photo

Search for Result Clauses

Result Clause syntax Adjunct Clause

  • Please log in to reply
No replies to this topic

#1 Marco V. Fabbri

Marco V. Fabbri

    Gold

  • Accordance
  • 259 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Rome, Italy
  • Accordance Version:13.x
  • Platforms:Mac OS X, iOS

Posted 23 November 2015 - 11:51 AM

If you have the syntax module, the search for Result Clauses is made easier.

 

Within the books that are ready, you will be able to find all the instances of dependent clause that start with ὥστε.

 

You need to:

  1. open a Search window and set it to GNT28-T
  2. go to right top of the Search Window and press +, until an option to select the Scope appears
  3. select Chapter or Book
  4. open a new Greek Construct window, that will be linked with the main Search window
  5. in the Construct window, select a green Clause item from the left column and drop it into the blank space
  6. you will be prompted to choose what kind of clause you want: select dependent and adjunct
  7. select a blue LEX item and drop it into the Clause, choosing the first column of the Clause
  8. when prompted, enter ὥστε
  9. press Return or hit the search button

The result will look like this:

 

Attached File  Consecutive Clause.PNG   789.86KB   0 downloads

 

If you want the Clause Verb to be in the Infinitive Mood only, you will need to modify the previous search, adding the following

  1. select a purple Verb item and drop it into the second column of the Clause Adjun. DEPENDENT Clause
  2. when prompted, select Mood: Infinitive
  3. press Return or hit the search button

If you want the Clause Verb to be in the Indicative Mood only, you will need to modify the previous search, adding the following

  1. select a purple Verb item and drop it into the second column of the Adjun. DEPENDENT Clause
  2. when prompted, select Mood: Indicative
  3. press Return or hit the search button

  • Fabian likes this
Marco Valerio Fabbri
P. Università della S. Croce
Rome, Italy





Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Result Clause, syntax, Adjunct Clause

0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users