A. Smith Posted November 7, 2022 Share Posted November 7, 2022 Am I interpreting the chart for the last part of Ephesians 5.33 to say that ἡ δὲ γυνὴ is an elided/verbless clause and the ina clause is a subordinate clause? Actually, I'm thinking it interprets only the article as the subject of the null verb and γυνὴ as the subject of the subordinate clause. I'm guessing this basked on the null predicate before the article in the chart. I am very ok with this reading as it's one I've suspected for a while but not many others accept (virtually no commentaries). The main linguistic here, IMO, is what the elided verb is (which we don't need to discuss here rn). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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