Hebrew Grammar; With Exercises, Literature and Vocabulary

Hebrew Grammar; With Exercises, Literature and Vocabulary

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...feign to be poor. In addition to these, there are a few rarely occurring voices of which the most important, the Po'el, Others: "internally transitive" or "internally causative." The usual specifications "intrans." or "as the Qal" are incorrect. the 2. person), jj 2. pi. f. H5fi, rarely Before suffixes Qotel, may be specially mentioned. bJPis, bt)ip, the stem expressing end or motive, is formed by the insertion of 6 (originally a) after the first letter of the stem. Examples from strong verbs are few in number (Stade 158. Konig 26,1); more common from verbs y"y ( 73c). 50. Laws of Vocalisation and Tone. 5. Phonetic laws. Cf. llc.rf. To the law regulating the inflexion of the verb, viz: that before accented afformatives beginning with a vowel the vowel of the second radical, even when immediately preceding the tone, shall be reduced to Swa, we must note the following exceptions: 1. frequently before suffixes, v. 79; 2. in pause before the fuller, and hence always accented, endings un and in, e.g."pBpb, lpf?aTFl (cf. 14,6). Accentual laws, a) Always accented are: the last 6. syllable of the ground-form and the endings Dfl, IP ( 51).--(3) Also the verbal endings n--, i--( 51. 52.53), except in: 1. the Hiph'il, 2. the verbs," 3. pausal forms, see 14'a.--y) Unaccented are the endings n, in, 13; n:, 51. Endings of the Perfect. 3. sg. m.--, 51 3. sg. f. n--. The older n--always before suffixes, The so-called union-vowel treated of in 79e is here, on practical grounds, also regarded as beginning the afformative (suffix). l. sg. e3K).; l. pi.: (cf. amx). c. Hote 1. Perhaps the analogy of the...
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