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In Accordance, even without the syntax add-on the GNT-T module allows us to search for conjunctions: in the Search Text window, we can enter a group of conjunctions, let's say conditional conjunctions. We may write by hand: ει <OR> εαν <OR> ειπερ Or we may use the "Enter Tag" search command, as follows: Open the Search Text window From the Menu Search, select Enter Tag, then choose Conjunction When prompted, select Subclass conditional, then press Return or click OK Press Return or click on the Search button to perform the search The results will show all the verses that contain one of the conditional conjunctions. In order to know what conjunctions were found, we can click on the Details menu, and choose Analysis. Now enters the syntax add-on. In the GNT-T syntax add-on, circumstantial (also called adverbial) Clauses are an important subset of Adjunct Clauses, namely those that depend on a Predicate Phrase. Among circumstantial Clauses we can find such well-known sub-classes of Clauses as causal Clauses, temporal Clauses, purpose Clauses, result Clauses, and so on. Using the Greek Construct window, the syntax allows us to have a conditional conjunction introduce an Adjunct Dependent Clause. The conjunction will be the first element of the Clause. We will build the search as follows: Open a new Search Text, choose GNT28-T as search text, and choose to search for Words (not Verses) within every Chapter or Book (not Verse, etc) Open a new Greek Construct (Command-2), that will be automatically linked with the Search Text In the Greek Construct window, select the green Syntax item CLAUSE, drag and drop it into the first column When prompted, choose Dependent clause only, then Adjunct only Select the purple item Conj, then drag and drop it into the first column of the Adjun. Dependent Clause When prompted, choose Subclass: conditional, then click OK or press Return Press Return or click on the Search button to perform the search The results will look like this: