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27.195 The Indefinite Relative Pronoun

As Croy explains in section 195 it is possible to combine the relative pronoun and the indefinite pronoun in order to create an "indefinite relative pronoun." This pronoun is not especially common in Biblical Greek and, as Croy notes, it is used almost exclusively in the nominative case. If you study Croy's examples in this section, you can see the different ways in which this kind of pronoun can be translated into English (it is not always possible to convey this "indefinite" quality in the English translation, as you can see in Croy's last example).

CONGRATULATIONS! You have finished all the sections on pronouns in Croy. There will be no new pronoun declensions or paradigms in the rest of the book. You can use the Nominals Index page to review all of Croy's sections devoted to pronouns and related words.

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