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  1. I can't find the Greek Diagram tool anymore. Can´t redownload it either... I use Accordance XI, in a Macbook Air, mid-12 (and don't remember if it were purchased at Apple Store or at the Accordance site). Any clue?
  2. I've been thoroughly enjoying the greek diagram module, its certainly helping me learn how to diagram. I noticed the following today: When there are two nouns (in apposition?) like this, is the equals sign the only way to represent the text? Or, is this also legitimate: Merry Christmas! PS: Is there a way to increase the size of images when you attach them? They come out a little to small on my screen.
  3. I looked up 1 John 4:10 in the diagramming module as I was a little confused as to how this sentence comes together, it didn't help There appears to be two accusative "phrases" following the verb. Perhaps I have seen this before but not realised it, but I don't recall seeing this, what do these two lines in the diagram mean? Is this some grammatical thing I don't remember, or is the sentence just weird? Thanks!
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