CLF 16/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 16 in chapter 15 we continued to look at punctuation including italics and parenthesis. Here is a long parenthesis section This Passage in Romans is a good example of the use of parenthesis. Several verses are enclosed in parenthesis in this passage to highlight… Read More »

CLF 15/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 15 In chapter 14 we looked at punctuation in the King James Bible Interesting Forms of Phrasing Middle English by placing an “a” before a word + “-ing” to make a “go” + -ing word, as used in the Bible When I was a… Read More »

CLF 14/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 14 in chapter 13 we had just started to look at punctuation in the King James Bible KJV Punctuation The comma (,) says slow down; the (full stop) period (.) says come to a full stop; the exclamation mark (!) says ALERT; the colon… Read More »

CLF 13/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 13 In chapter 12 we continued with verb tenses Future Tense Verbs: Simple Continuous Perfect Technically, English verbs do not have a future tense: it’s the helping verbs that define the future. Some examples are outlined here. Future Tense Simple Future simple verbs used… Read More »

CLF 12/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 12 in Chapter 11 we started to look at verb tenses and particularly how the KJV verbs are useful tools. Verbs: Past Tense Types of Past Tense Verbs Simple, Continuous, and Perfect See chapter 11 for past simple Past Continuous Verbs Types of Past… Read More »