For conditional sentences see Gesenius §159.
For a very helpful explanation on the use of the מן preposition, see BDB.
Other examples of the vav+perfect showing purpose include Gen. 35:5; 1 Sam 25:21; 1 Kings 2:31; 13:3.
For those who are interested, I added a new resource to my list: Russell Fuller’s recently published intermediate grammar. This is the grammar most of my analysis is based on: grammatical categories, accents, etc. Also, I do plan to make more videos.
For more on the “missing” dagesh lene, see Gesenius-Kautzsch §21.
Thank you for your patience. Since my last post my wife and I have moved to a new house and have welcomed two young toddlers into our home. We are currently fostering them with the goal of adoption. Currently my schedule is crazy as I learn to incorporate raising two toddlers. I will start postingContinue reading “Update . . . .”
About 1 min. into the video I introduce the “hovering dagesh.” I failed to mention that it represents a doubled consonant. Happy viewing!