In Ruth 1:4b we have 2 nominal clauses. See my video on Nominal Clauses for a refresher.
In two videos I briefly introduced verbal and nominal clauses. In the video on the verbal clause video I explained how the nominal clause and the verbal clause differ in meaning. In this ‘Grammarians’ Corner’ segment, I will take a look at Kautzsch’s description of verbal and nominal clauses in his 28th edition of Gesenius’Continue reading “Gesenius-Kautzsch – Verbal and Nominal Clauses”
As noted before, I’ve had a lot to learn about running a site like this – posting videos, etc. I wanted to thank those of you who have provided feedback. Much appreciated! One thing I have fixed is that I removed YouTube’s suggested videos that pop up when my videos are over. I did notContinue reading “Thanks for the feedback!”
Just for clarification: in the video you’ll hear me say “R1” or “R2”, etc. By this I mean the first root letter (R1), the second root letter (R2), etc.