Ezra Pound's poetry and prose : contributions to periodicals by Pound, Ezra; Longenbach, James; Litz, A. Walton; Baechler,

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Jn. ' ίνα ... 6. Complementary Clauses Another use of jeka(a)s clauses is what may be termed 'complementary'. 17 Jn. ' ίνα ... ΐδη Jn. ' ίνα ... γένηται " In addition to the examples below see Mt. 5:29. ** For additional examples see Jn. 2:27. ' ίνα ... εΐσέλθης Mk. ' Ινα ... 7. Causal Clause Sometimes jeka{a)s with Future III has the force of a causal clause. A causal clause is one which states either the cause or the reason of the fact set forth in the principle clause. Ecc. 3 ELEMENTS BETWEEN JEKA(A)S A N D THE VERBAL AUXILIARY Perhaps the most distinguishing feature of the construction of jeka(a)s clauses comes in the intervention of various elements between jeka(a)s and the verbal auxiliary.

II Cor. ' τοβ φανερωθήναι τήν σπουδήν υμών II Cor. ' είς τό δύνασθαι ή μας παρακαλεΐν Eph. 3:13; 4:4; I Thes. 2:9; II Thes. 3:8. 7 The Coptic Causative Infinitive is frequently found for the Greek είς τό with the infinitive. Cf. Rom. 1:20; 4:11,18; 7:4, 5; 8:29; 12:2; 15:13; II Thes. 2:10,11; Eph. 3:3; Ignatius to the Smyrnaeans IV, 2. 44 FUTURE III IN FINAL CLAUSES WITH 'JE' clauses, while at the same time they possess some syntactical peculiarities of their own. As has been previously stated in this work, perhaps the most distinguishing syntactical feature of je with Future III is the rejection of any intervening elements between itself and the verbal auxiliary (cf.

8. Greek ίνα without Verb Sometimes ίνα occurs without any verb. 12 II Cor. 8:12,13 esje pourot gar ke ehrai katapeteountafsf fsep katapetemntafsf an jekaas gar an ereoumton söpe nhoine nteouolipsis söpe nein, 'For if the readiness is there, it is acceptable according to what a man has, not according to what he has not. l5:32). Conditional clauses are also found between jeka(a)s and the Conjunctive tense (Mk. 14:35; Lk. 14:10; I Cor. 16:2; Phil. 3:1). 5:4 cited above is the only use ofjeka(a)s with Future III in the New Testament which is rendered from Greek καί with the Future indicative.

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