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  1. Mounce’s Morphology gives comprehensive charts on verbs. Is there an equivalent book for Hebrew? Thanks
  2. carlosolivares

    Mounce's MBG missing the index

    Hi there I just noticed that my version of Mounce’s Morphology of Biblical Greek doesn't have the index. The printed book has it, but my digital version doesn't. I watched a review of the same resource, but from the competition, and in that digital version, the index is included. It seems that according to accordancebible.com the index is part of the resource, but at least in my version isn't showing up. "An index of all words in the New Testament with their morphological category." (https://www.accordancebible.com/product/morphology-of-biblical-greek/) I wonder if is it only me or someone else is having the same problem? Cheers Carlos
  3. This summer I am retrofitting a hermeneutics course that was built to use Logos Bible Software to Accordance. After many years in the Logos camp, my institution is switching to Accordance. We have a unit that speaks about tense, voice, and mood. Originally, it was designed to use Logos Bible Software's Morphology Charts. I am searching for the closest thing in Accordance. As an example, here is the Morphology Chart for the verb πιστεύω: (See attached file "Morphology Chart πιστεύω.jpg") To search on that word in Accordance, I opened up NA28 Greek NT to John 3:16, clicked on the inflected form πιστεύων, and then searched on Lexeme. In the Analytics, I created a pie chart filtered on Tense: (See attached file "Accordance πιστεύω on Tense.jpg) What I would like is a way to display ALL of the different inflected forms with parsing. To my way of thinking, I would like to click on the 111 Present Tense forms of the πιστεύω Pie Chart, and have it search and display ALL of the different present tense inflected forms of the verb. I WAS able to display the 111 present tense form of πιστεύω by creating a [LINK Greek Construct], but the analysis was a bit disappointing. I'm also attaching a screen capture of that Greek Construct search. Can someone help me figure out an easier way to get to that?
  4. theblackbluejay

    Ugaritic questions

    Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas to Everyone! I have a couple pf questions regarding the new Ugaritic module: 1) The description page describes the module as consisting of "full morphological tagging." How is this being done? What morphological database or theory of Ugaritic grammar (there are multiple: Pardee does not agree with Sivan, who does not everywhere agree with Huehnergard, etc.) informs the morphological tagging? 2) Will there be a podcast or a tutorial on using the Ugaritic database? If there is not one planned, I would be interested in working on one once the module is released. 3) Any sense of when the initial module will be released?
  5. I have Accordance 11, and several other packages of morphologically tagged Greek texts (i.e., GNT, LXX Rahlfs). What I'd like is to export a file of the fully lemmatized text: i.e., the Greek text of the Gospel of Mark, except that every word in Mark has been transformed into its lemma, while maintaining the original word order. I'd be grateful for advice on how to do this.
  6. I'm in transition, moving from Mac to PC and noticed that on Windows 7, the Instant details has less information than on Mac. On my mac, the morphology ([GNT-TIS] Verb 3 sing fut pass indic) is shown when I hover over an English tagged text, such as the ESV, NASB, or HCSB. On Windows, whether or not I set Key Information in the Instant Details preferences, only the simple English gloss, greek number, and lemma are shown. Attached pics show my preferences and the result on Windows platform. Is this user ignorance or a bug? Kind Regards, Brian
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