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Gary Raynor

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It seems to me that Subject Verb word order has an impact on the time/aspect of the verb as opposed to just the morphology of the verb itself.

As in the DikDuk pdf Fundamental Concepts of the Classical Hebrew Verb by Alan Smith

So, I have been searching for occurrences where the subject comes before the verb.

As opposed to the subject (if any) after the verb.

Here is my Construct Search

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This works but I am challenged on how to expand the NOT column and seemly no OR option in the Construct palette.

<NOT> (SUBJECT OR ‎[COMPLEMENT]‏ ‎<OR>‏ ‎[ADJUNCT]‏) 

 

There are work arounds by highlighting and using the STYLE command.

OR adding to the LINK command in the search bar as below:

 

‏ ‎[LINK SubjectVerb]‏ ‎<NOT>‏ ‎<WITHIN 1 Words><FOLLOWED BY>‏  ‎[COMPLEMENT]‏ 

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‏ ‎[LINK SubjectVerb]‏ ‎<NOT>‏ ‎<WITHIN 1 Words><FOLLOWED BY>‏  (‎[COMPLEMENT]‏ ‎<OR>‏ ‎[ADJUNCT]‏ ) 

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(SubjectVerb is the name of the Hebrew Construct that I am building)

 

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I have resolved how to achieve my goal. I would like to know if there is any way to incorporate OR links in a construct so that there is no need to use multiple constructs in the search bar.

 

‏ ‎[LINK ComplementSubjectVerb]‏ ‎                            <OR>                            ‏ ‎[LINK AdjunctSubjectVerb]‏ 

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