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The following are a representation of the partial linguistic similarity between KJV words and C. For example, the Ten Commandments use the pronoun thou in each one. Hi, Please see: Bible Baptist Bookstore, Although uncommon, some words have more than one gender. Once again, the following premises, as noted earlier, all point to the fact that the KJV is the best Bible for native French, German and Spanish speakers, who want to read an English Bible: Maranatha Bible Society, n.
These nouns with genders demonstrate a recognizable similarity to French, German and Spanish which other contemporary Bible versions may sometimes match, but otherwise only diminish. The following section will bring to light some words and constructions which are common to both the KJV and C.
Here below follow examples of words or constructions which are quite similar, or have preserved similar meanings compared with C.
Second-person Second-person Second-person Possessives singular subject singular direct singular indirect pronoun object pronoun object pronoun C.
Several German words which are fairly easily recognizable to a KJV reader will now be considered. Butzkamm also notes how helpful older works can be, when learning English, including the KJV: Never shall sun that morrow see! Knowing that each word appears in exactly the same place in each sentence, even a reader with no knowledge of German will be able to recognize that the German verb here ends in -st, just as the English verb does.
The following are a representation of the partial linguistic similarity between KJV words and C. Although these two auxiliaries are used somewhat today in English, to be is more common in the KJV. Native French speakers can easily recognize this grammar, given that it reflects their own.
The following table shows some KJV words related to C. The connections to be drawn between these two columns are generally obvious, even to a person who knows only one of these languages and perhaps even to a person who knows neither.
In Sir John Adams wrote a handbook entitled Teach Yourself French, in which he included thou and its -st ending, being another witness to the usefulness of such a learning strategy. He also translates between English and French more or less literally e. Spanish demonstrates a more or less similar reflection of the language of the KJV.
There are at least five instances of these occurring together, beginning with Psalm But besides individual words such as the foregoing which are recognizable, some constructions in the KJV are as well.
For example, James 4: The negation follows the verb, just as C. It is true that part of the negation comes before the verb in French, but if one listens to any French speaker, the half that will be dropped from the negation will be the first part ne , not the last pas.
More examples follow in the tables below, involving C. As Riplinger relates, these three contemporary languages, among others, inflect their verbs very similarly to the manner used in the KJV. In other words, native speakers of these languages will have an easier time understanding the KJV than any other English version, because it preserves the verb endings which tell the reader who is being referred to as well as differentiating between the second-person singular and plural pronoun.
Riplinger provides the following information, which has been incorporated into one chart along with some additions, for the sake of clarification. Contemporary French has three verb endings: The fact that -er and -re verbs and a few -ir verbs do not follow this rule does not, of course, invalid it. German conjugation has similar characteristics. Person and C. Once again, these conjugations demonstrate the fact that the second-person singular conjugations in the KJV are recognizable to a native German speaker, whereas C.
The third last verse of the Bible Revelation As demonstrated herein, every letter is important, and careful consideration should be accorded to the translation as it is. These patterns are not repeated in any newer version as well as they are in the KJV The story of the Septuagint, supposedly translated by about seventy different translators separate from each other over a period of seventy days, who all were inspired with exactly the same translation, cannot compare to this feat, because there is no evidence for the factuality of that story.
Once again, the following premises, as noted earlier, all point to the fact that the KJV is the best Bible for native French, German and Spanish speakers, who want to read an English Bible: I The manuscripts behind the KJV point to its veracity. Other error-ridden contemporary versions, based on problem-filled manuscripts, cannot even compare, especially if viewed from a scholarly angle.
They contain many instances of missing words, missing verses, or misrepresented facts. Sometimes they even refashion short, simple words as longer, more difficult words. The works of Shakespeare, in contrast, are quite archaic, since two-thirds of his vocabulary is no longer in use. It was an attempt to create a language of its own.
Therefore, the argument that newer translations are simply replicating the work of the KJV, i. V Common linguistic features in foreign languages are recognizable in the KJV. VI The inflections it uses make it recognizable to French, German and Spanish speakers, making it easier for them to understand. In other words, those who argue that there is more support for the text-type underlying other contemporary English versions an intelligent reason for one of them to be read are mistaken.
Possible explanations include that they are ignorant, they are deceived, or they are lying unfortunately, there is a lot of that to be found, whether ignorance, deception, or lies, when researching the Bible versions issue. Most other versions are based on different manuscripts, which are not reliable. Is it possible, as Gipp implies 14 , that the reason people claim that the KJV is hard to understand is that they do not want a faultless final authority which can judge them Heaton ii, et.
In other words, if there is a completely reliable Bible somewhere, and if it is true, as even some of its critics claim to believe , then it must be the authority, as it claims to be.
With the evidence in hand, it should logically be concluded that the Bible which is the most accurate, and most likely to be easily understood by Western European, non-native English speakers, is the KJV. Word count: This essay was originally written for a level course about the history of translation, at the University of Alberta, in the Winter semester of It has since been significantly revised.
The author added this url: Translations of foreign words in this essay were generally derived from WordReference. A -dad ending in Spanish is often equivalent to an -ity ending in English. Although uncommon, some words have more than one gender. Thine is often used before a word starting with a vowel or an h, as ton is used in French. The word Besen is translated as besom by WordReference.
Often an -ique ending in French is the equivalent of an -ical ending in English. He documents excavations of ancient sites in the near east, and demonstrates how they support the Biblical account of history p.
The number preceding the colon, here 10, refers to the chapter. The number following the colon, in this case 9, refers to the verse.
There are some exceptions to this. For example, the book of Jude only has one chapter, therefore only one number is used when referring to any given verse in Jude. There are sometimes two or three books with the same title, such as Timothy, which is why this reference, II Timothy 3: A listing of all its books can generally be found at the beginning of a Bible, with page numbers, to aid in finding a reference.
This is not an exhaustive list. Many contemporary idioms or collocations are found in the KJV, sometimes being variations on the original. Some appear in multiple places. They demonstrate further how the KJV helps a person to learn the English language; in this case, it teaches many idioms, and sometimes also what is meant by them. I do not claim that the KJV translators invented all of these sayings. A significant portion of the translation work had already been done by the time they began their work, by men like Wycliffe and Tyndale.
Here follows a list of some common English words and idioms, in the order in which they appear: Genesis It was forbidden by Jesus Christ in Matthew Others the author discovered for himself. The following is a portion of a script from a show produced by PBS about the KJV and its enormous influence on English the author does not endorse all of the statements made in the script, but some of it is true nonetheless.
The King James Bible is meant to be read a loud [sic] more than any other translation, and I believe that the translators themselves knew that. There were poets in those rooms in the Jerusalem Chamber in Westminster Abbey, and they wanted the Bible to sing.
For instance, I Kings The KJV has had a significant impact on spoken English as well. Fortunately for Bible readers, the Bible does not descend to vulgarity, as does Mr. Here are two examples: According to right-division. However, though Shakespeare may employ this convention, it is evident that he switches back and forth between the second-person singular and plural without any apparent reason for doing so. A distinction must be made between the language of the Bible and Old English.
Gipp provides some helpful examples of the development of English, from whom several pages are quoted: This is due to three things.
First, the original King James Bible was set in Gothic type face. It is very ornate and equally difficult to read. Roman type was in use in and subsequent editions of the King James were changed to that. The English language developed over approximately years. The sixth being similar in appearance to a lower case e and a superimposed over one another.
It would be as foreign to our eyes and ears as any other foreign language is today. It rehearses methods of torture used in monasteries. It is considered by some to be the earliest surviving example of Middle English.
For ease of comparison it is presented in an interlinear format. In about , major changes in vocal pronunciation, inflection and spelling simplified and helped solidify the language New Standard But the English of the King James Bible is basically the same as that which is spoken today 59 - HEL Texts: Usages of today were frowned upon yesterday, as it were, and that which is frowned upon today, will be used acceptably tomorrow.
Moreover, that which is proper today will someday seem quaint. A History of Linguistic Aggravation. This makes it more difficult to notice when a verse is missing. Matthew 5: This is not a truly biblical belief [Melton 22] , I Corinthians The NKJV specifically makes serious changes in the following verses: Mark Scarlyn Wilson. Burgon, John William. The Revision Revised.
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