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  1. I am trying to export all the verbs from 1 John to an excel sheet for a translation project I'm working on. I know you're able to do that with Logos. I have tried to attach a screenshot of what it looks like from Logos but for some reason it's not uploading. Here is a copy and paste of the formatting. The top row is the name of the columns. The bottom row is the search results. Resource Reference Result Part of Speech Lemma (Greek) Person (Logos Greek) Case (Logos Greek) Number (Logos Greek) Gender (Logos Greek) Tense (Logos Greek) Voice (Logos Greek) Mood (Logos Greek) Sense NA28 1 John 1:1 ἦν verb εἰμί third person — singular — imperfect active indicative to exist
  2. First of all, I want to THANK Accordance for the way the searches work. For instance, as I search for various verbal roots Accordance yields and clearly labels the verb form and type. I mean to say that the prefixes and suffixes associated with the verb appear in red. This has really been useful as I search for how different verbs are used (I am doing a study of the top 60 verbs and how they appear and are used in the Hebrew Bible). I also love the side-by-side panels and the instant details panel with the specific information on the roots. Question. What is the easiest way to look for verbs in Niphal, Piel, Pual, Hiphil, Hophal, Hithpael, Cohort and other forms, etc. I am interested both in finding any verbs that come up in these forms as well as the possibility of searching for specific roots as they appear in these forms. Many thanks from Chile.
  3. Hello, after several fits and starts, I'm not able to do precisely what I'm intending and rather than spending a ton of time working this out I thought I would ask for some help. I also could not find the answer in searching through forum spreads so forgive me if this is a duplicate. I would like to find Semitic roots (I say Semitic because I would want to also do this for Syriac and Aramaic and use the answer here as a template) that only occur in one stem, e.g., the Pi''el. I attempted this by searching for a wildcard verb in the Pi''el and then an <AND> with a "NOT" (~) selected with every other stem, which is not only extremely inelegant but also does not seem to be returning correct results. Many thanks in advance for your help.
  4. Hi, Some of the counts are off in the tags. For example, if you search the tagged targum for occurrences of atal (aleph-tet-lamed) the concordance says that there is only 1 example but then it gives 2 citations: Ecclesiastes 3:2 and 2 Chron 24:21. Am I not using this right or is there a major problem with the tagging? There are quite a number of these. also in the concordance the verb ayca (aleph-yod-kaph-aleph) also claims to appears only once but is cited in job 42:11 and proverbs 19:7. Nick
  5. Greetings Is it possible to view all inflected forms of a verb in the analysis window? I can of course get them in my search window... but it sure would be nice to have them nice and neat in the analysis window! What say you? Rejoice!
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