As I continue to work on a manual for the Accordance Hebrew syntactic database, I will occasionally post interesting (to me) searches. Below is my first. (If you want something particular, ask and I'll see what I can come up with while I'm writing the manual.)
I wanted to see if I could find clauses in which a trivalent verb (=1 subj, two comps) took one NP complement and one PP complement. The search below (note the option to "search both directions" is checked) took care of it quite nicely.
By adding a Predicate=Verb and/or inserting a desired lexical root before the two comps phrases, the search could be further specified to look for verbal types (yiqtol, qatal, etc.), binyanim (Qal, etc.) and/or roots (דבר, etc.).
NPCompPPComp.accord.zip 2.21KB 12 downloads
Edited by Robert Holmstedt, 26 February 2016 - 03:30 PM.