By James Hope Moulton
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O n the frequenc y of Kai i n Mk . Thum b observe ! that Kal i n place o f hypotaxis is found i n MG r —and i n Aristotl e (Hellenism/us 129) : here even Viteau gives way . pp
Wha t the loca l Gree k was like, w e may gaug e fro m suc h specimen s as th e touchin g Christian epitap h publishe d b y Mr Croni n in JHS, 1902 , p. 36 9 (se e Ex p T xiv. D. " W e need not develo p the evidence for othe r countrie s : i t i s more to the poin t i f w e look at th e conditions o f a moder n bilingua l country , suc h a s w e hav e at hom e in th e countr y of Wales. An y popula r English poli tician o r preacher, visiting a plac e in th e hear t o f the Princi pality, could be sure of an audience, even if it were assumed that he would speak i n English .
1 It i s no t antecedentl y probabl e tha t suc h " translation Greek" woul d influenc e fre e Gree k excep t b y supplyin g phrases fo r conscious or unconsciou s quotation: thes e phrase s would no t becom e models t o b e followe d b y me n wh o wrote the languag e a s thei r own . Ho w fa r suc h foreig n idiom s may get int o a language, w e may se e b y examinin g ou r own . We hav e a fe w foreig n phrase s which hav e bee n literall y translated int o English , an d hav e maintaine d thei r plac e without consciousnes s o f thei r origin : " that goe s withou t saying," o r "thi s give s furiousl y t o think, " wil l serv e a s examples.
A Grammar of New Testament Greek, Volume I: Prolegomena by James Hope Moulton