Hebrew Exercise-Book (Hebrew-English and English-Hebrew Exercises); With Practical Grammar of the Word-Forms and an Appendix Containing Analysis of the Verb-Forms in Gen. I-III, & XII, and List of All the Forms of the So-Called

Hebrew Exercise-Book (Hebrew-English and English-Hebrew Exercises); With Practical Grammar of the Word-Forms and an Appendix Containing Analysis of the Verb-Forms in Gen. I-III, & XII, and List of All the Forms of the So-Called

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...has somttimes-=-followed by Dag. especially where it could not be mistaken for the Def. Art.' Thus, njlJSri (Is. xxvi. 7) WnETHER according-to the ttrolce of flSO? Oba. XIV. Personal-Pronoun forms are sometimes used with a Verb Refiexively, as in go for yourselves (i.e. betake yourselves), Fl SE'IJ) and the sat for herself (i.e. and she sat her down). Obs. XV. The expression "A son of so-many years" is used for "A person so many years old;" thus, 3 " son-of seven years (i.e. seven years old) was Jehoash at-his-becoming-king (foBS) 2 K. xii. 1. N.B. (i) In Niph. of 'B Verbs, the 1st Rt-letter (which is but rarely retained as in the Fut. form fTV p. 288) is mostly replaced by 1 which is (a) sometimes Consonantal, as in the Infin. and Impex. 3iMn etc., and Fut. 3BV ete.; (fl) sometimes Quiescent, as in the Past 35fl3 etc., and Partic. etc. (ii) In Hiph. the 1 is (o) sometimes itself Quiescent, as in DDn (Infin. Abs., and Imper. 2 s. m.) etc., and (ft) sometimes replaced by Quiescent, as in yPlil etc. Tab. XVIII; (iii) In Hoph. the -is replaced by 1 Quiescent, as in etc.; (iv) For the HiTHpXrfii, s e 193, and Note ( ), on p. 133. SECTION XVI. Variations In The Case Of Verbs j'3, i.e. Whose First RootLetter Is 3 Tab. XIX. 204. Some forms are like those in Tab. XIV, via. the Inf. Abs., the Past Tense, and Participles Kal, --the Infin., Imper., and Fut. JVp., --and the whole of the Pi., Pa., & HQ. 205. The chief Variations are the following: (i) the disappearance of the 1 Rt-letter 3 (a) in the Infinitive Constr. Kal thus, nfcil fr. 233, the fl being added as in the 'B Verbs, 194 (a), and QS) in the Imper. Kal, --see Tab. XIX; (ii) the dropping of the 3 (when it would havo--Quiescent) and the..."show more

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