I meant it should tell me if a verb is objective genitive or subjective genitive or participle of so and so. It should tell me grammatical construction.
"Robinson's Morphological Analysis Codes" are based on REAL info of the "verbs" that lacks any genitive case.
(nouns or pronouns or adjectives or articles have a case unlike the verbs).
i] Subjective genitive (Active genitive)
Where the genitive substantive produces the action implied by the verbal noun
Often this genitive can be classified as adjectival, possessive.
apekdidtamenoi ton plaion anqrwpon sun taiV praxesin autou
you have put off the old self with ITS practices / the practices OF IT
Possessive: you have put off the old self with the practices THAT CHARACTERIZED IT
Subjective: you have put off the old self with the practices THAT EXPRESSED IT
ii] Objective genitive
Where the genitive substantive receives the action implied by the verbal noun
Usually expressed by about / for / concerning / toward placed before the genitive
the report OF HIM
the report CONCERNING / ABOUT HIM
hJ akoh autou
Consider attributed or source/origin instead
because of the fear OF THE JEWS (stemming from the activities of the Jews)
dia ton fobon twn Ioudaiwn
To learn Biblical Greek:
Edited by Katoog, 28 January 2019 - 02:53 PM.