πολλοί τραπεζῶν, οὐ φίλων εἰσιν φίλοι =
many tables aren't of the friends, they are friends.
I'm missing some key grammatical point.
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C. S. Bartholomew wrote:Joannes Chrysostomus in Psalmos
Τί γὰρ ὄφελος ἐκ τοῦ λέοντα ἔχειν
ὑποχείριον καὶ χειροήθη;bedwere wrote:
The genitive singular of λέων is λέοντος. Period. τοῦ goes with ἔχειν, i.e. what is the benefit of having a lion etc.
Which is why, when we see an article that doesn't agree with the following constituent, we need to ask what is this article doing? In some cases the article introduces a complex constituent which functions ...
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