Greek Syntax: Components and Head Terms

I received an email from one of y’all with some further questions about word groups, head terms, clausal hierarchy and syntax searching.

Rather than writing something, it was easier to make a video to point out some of the different ways one can structure a syntax search — particularly if you’ve wondered what “Must be an immediate child of parent” does.

I’ll warn you that I rambled a bit, the video is almost 13 minutes. Hopefully the information therein is usable.

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One Response to “Greek Syntax: Components and Head Terms”

  1. Mike Hogue December 27, 2006 at 9:37 am #

    Rick,
    Great post. Thank you.
    Mike