Coptic Future Tenses: Syntactical Studies in Sahidic by Marvin R. Wilson

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I Cor. ' ίνα ... μάθητε ... ίνα μή ... φυσιοϋσθε When a series of parallel ideas employing one conjunction shifts to another conjunction for the last final clause, a climactic result is effected. I Cor. 9:20-22 aisöpe nnioudai hös ioudai je eietiheu nnioudai aisöpe nnetha pnomos hös eiha pnomos entisoop an anok ha pnomos je eietiheu nnetha pnomos aisöpe nnanomos hös anomos eangouanomos an mpnoute alia eangouennomos mpexs je eietiheu nnanomos aisöpe nncöb hös cöb je eietiheu nncöb, airsmot nim mnouon nim jekas pantös eietoujehoine, Ί became to the Jews as a Jew, that I might gain the Jews; I became to those who are under the law, as being under the law, not being myself under the law, that I should gain those who are under the law.

10 I Pet. 5:4 moone mpohe mpnoute... jekas efsanouönh ebol ncipnoc nsös etetneji mpeklom mpeoou etemef hösb, 'Tend the flock of God ... ' και ... κομιεΐσθε The Causative Infinitive11 may occur in final clauses which are parallel to Future III with jeka(a)s. In the example below, the Causative Infinitive is connected to the jekas clause by auö. As was the case in Deut. 5:1 above, the jekas clause functions as a command. Deut. ' και προβιβάσεις ... 8. Greek ίνα without Verb Sometimes ίνα occurs without any verb.

Mk. ' ίνα μη δεις γνοϊ Col. 4. Greek Future Indicative with ίνα On occasion, je occurs in final clauses where the Greek employs ίνα with the Future indicative. Gal. ' ίνα ... ' ίνα ... 5. 4 In terms of comparison, δπως lies behind better than eight percent of all final clauses with jeka(a)s and Future III, whereas δπως accounts for only slightly more than four percent of all examples with je efesötm. 7:3; 10:2; 11:37; 16:28; Rom. 8:14; Gal. 6. ' δπως αν ψάλη I Cor. 6. 5 Jon. 7. Greek μήποτε with Future Indicative We have previously pointed out the fact that one of the ways of introducing a final clause in Coptic is by means of a Greek conjunction such as mepote, usually followed by the Conjunctive tense.

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