What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Thomas Dolhanty
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by Thomas Dolhanty » January 15th, 2015, 4:35 pm

I have not been following this discussion, and I don't know what's available now, or what will soon be available, so this might be irrelevant. But I have a list of aorist and present infinitives for all verbs occurring 10 times or more in the GNT. After reading Randall's paper, I began to build the list for my students by searching the Greek corpus in Bibleworks (GNT, LXX, Pliny, Josephus, Fathers, etc.). I am just going through it again to fill in a few holes - should be done in a few days.

Happy to make this list available if anyone else can use it - at least in the interim.
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by Jonathan Robie » January 15th, 2015, 7:09 pm

I can send you what I have if you want (1) a complete list, or (2) to check what I have against what you have. I cheated and used Morpheus so I imagine it has some errors, but it should be relatively complete.
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by Thomas Dolhanty » January 15th, 2015, 7:39 pm

Jonathan Robie wrote:I can send you what I have if you want (1) a complete list, or (2) to check what I have against what you have. I cheated and used Morpheus so I imagine it has some errors, but it should be relatively complete.
That would be great. If it is in xls or a format I can copy there, I will write a little routine to check for mismatches against my list. The complete list would be awesome.
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by Paul-Nitz » January 21st, 2015, 3:50 pm

Thomas Dolhanty wrote:I have a list of aorist and present infinitives for all verbs occurring 10 times or more in the GNT. After reading Randall's paper, I began to build the list for my students by searching the Greek corpus in Bibleworks (GNT, LXX, Pliny, Josephus, Fathers, etc.). I am just going through it again to fill in a few holes - should be done in a few days.

Happy to make this list available if anyone else can use it - at least in the interim.
I'd like to see that list if it's done.
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by Thomas Dolhanty » January 21st, 2015, 5:55 pm

Sure. Find them here, Paul: http://www.2tim316.com/Miscel/Infin_10x_plus_Verbs.xlsx

I still plan to check them against a larger list from Jonathan, but we haven't quite got that done yet.This list should be quite reliable as a first cut, though.

I gathered all the 10+ verbs from the Mounce Grammar 'lexicon', and then went through and searched / cut / and pasted the infinitives from the Bibleworks Greek corpus. Hopefully, too, we can provide a larger reliable list before we're done. I should also note that I checked some of the questionable forms with Randall's list from his "μορφολλογία", and in a few instances used those forms.
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Post by Thomas Dolhanty » January 21st, 2015, 10:18 pm

Rats! Hit the "U" instead of the "URL", and had to run off before I could check it. The link is: http://www.2tim316.com/Miscel/Infin_10x_plus_Verbs.xlsx
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Re: What form(s) should be learned for verbs?

Post by jtauber » November 4th, 2015, 6:00 am

Not sure what state other people's efforts mentioned here are at but wanted to at least point people to https://github.com/morphgnt/infinitives which is a combination of infinitives drawn from MorphGNT where they exist and, for the rest, generated by my greek-inflection code.
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