The Greek article : a functional grammar of ho-items in the Greek New Testament with special emphasis on the Greek article / by Ronald D. Peters.

By: Peters, Ronald D [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Linguistic Biblical studies, volume 9Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2014Description: viii, 287 pages ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789004257221 (hardback : acidfree paper)Subject(s): Bible. New Testament. Greek | Greek language, Biblical -- Article | Greek language, Biblical -- GrammarDDC classification: 487/.4 LOC classification: PA844 | .P48 2014
Contents:
Historical overview -- The common function of the article and relative pronouns : methodology -- Defining and non-defining relative clauses -- Relative clauses as the head of a nominal group -- Ho-items in mèn...dè structures -- The function of the article defined -- The article with individual parts of speech -- The article with groups -- The article with nouns -- The article as a structural element -- Conclusion.
Summary: In The Greek Article, Ronald D. Peters presents a comprehensive, up to date grammar of the Greek article. Employing the principles of Systemic-Functional Linguistics, this new grammar challenges traditional models and provides a uniform, robust description of the article's function.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-280) and indexes.

Historical overview -- The common function of the article and relative pronouns : methodology -- Defining and non-defining relative clauses -- Relative clauses as the head of a nominal group -- Ho-items in mèn...dè structures -- The function of the article defined -- The article with individual parts of speech -- The article with groups -- The article with nouns -- The article as a structural element -- Conclusion.

In The Greek Article, Ronald D. Peters presents a comprehensive, up to date grammar of the Greek article. Employing the principles of Systemic-Functional Linguistics, this new grammar challenges traditional models and provides a uniform, robust description of the article's function.

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