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Two Greek verbs but one action

There are many places where 2 Greek verbs are written to explain one action, such as “he answered and said.” This does not mean that the person answered first and then afterwards said something else.

This is the way that the people spoke and wrote at that time; and it means that the person judicially replied to a question or a statement made by someone else, or to a situation, by saying such-and-such.

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