A Greek Grammar of the New Testament: A Workbook Approach to by Curtis Vaughan

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I partake with thanb" (1 Cor. 10:30) . '04,u 4. -tn the New Testament the instrumental of measure generally has 10 do with a temporal idea. Robenson (p. 528) therefore calls it " instrumental of time" and observes that it is similar to the accusative of time in meaning. Example: npooeiXo.... lQytlatC; t~aTaKt"al aUTOOc;. "They gave heed to him because for (by) a long time hehad amazed them with his $Orecrics" (Acts 8: 11). S. -The ideas of instrument and association (or accompaniment) are often closely related .

2:5). 6. Insrrum,mtaJ 0/ agtncy. I_ThoUgh the ablative with unb or iSl6. is the more usual way for expressing perso nal , Compare the instrumentll of mea ns. LOCATIVE AND INSTRUMENTAL CASES " agency, the instrumental is occasionally employed. The verb will regularly be passive, and normally no preposition will be employed. YOVTQI, OUTOI ulo1 Beou elOtv, "As many as are led by God's Spirit, these are God's sons" (Rom . 8:14). aUTol elolv / ulol Beau Reading Asslpment Translate the following verses, taking particular note of the locative and instrumental constructions: Mark 5:4; 14:30; Rom.

E. , an accusative "loosed from" the rest of the sentence). This construction, which may occur with or without a participle, is very rare in the New Testament. Example: . . 6W1) u~iv nveu~o 00",[0<: ... lGw, " ... that he may give to you the Spirit of wisdom ... , the eyes of your heart being enlightened" (Eph. J Readlna Assignment Translate the following verses , giving special attention to the accusative constructions: Matt . 20:6; John 1:14; James 5:10; 1 Pet . 5:2. LESSON 13 The Accusative Case (Continued) I .

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