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I was reading Luke 24:1-12 today, and it stirred up this question again. I notice that the telling of the account uses λαλεω και ρημα, and not λεγω. I remember my lecturer making a comment suggesting that some see ρημα leaning more towards being a reference to spoken words, and λεγω leaning more tow...
- January 28th, 2020, 7:17 am
- Forum: The Verb in Koine Greek
- Topic: Aorist indicative with future temporal reference
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[*] More ambiguous instances where aorists are in a statement that, by context, seems to point to the future, i.e. “as if it were already done”. [/list] Setting aside the question of "spatial/temporal remoteness" for a minute, asserting the aorist is used to suggest "as if it were already done" is ...