A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the Hebrew by Ernest Klein

By Ernest Klein

A transparent and concise paintings at the origins of the Hebrew phrases and their experience improvement. all of the c. 32,000 entries is first given in its Hebrew shape, then translated into English and analysed etymologically, utilizing Latin transcription for all non-Latin scripts. An critical resource of biblical, Jewish, sleek Hebrew and close to japanese reports.

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The way to order something to be done is with the form nasai, which is less polite than kudasai, but nevertheless more polite than true imperatives. o would not be used with it. Mado 0 akete nasai. [window oj opening do] Open the window, please. To 0 shimete nasai. [door oj closing do] Please close the door. Negative commands and prohibitions are not so easy to form. For kudasai, you would use the negative participle form of the NEGATIVE VERBS verb (explained on page 54) and kudasai. ends in -naide: kamau to bother This negative form kamawanaide not bothering Kamawanaide kudasai .

This is not a complete statement of the uses of the polite and abrupt forms, but simply an advance hint. ) 8. Japanese verbs are highly regular. There are only two really irregular verbs in the language, and these are irregular only in their stems. There are perhaps a half dozen other common verbs that are very slightly irregular in one or two forms. As a result, even though there are more forms per verb than there are in English, and the endings used to make particular forms are longer than English endings, the Japanese verb is really very VERB CONJUGATIONS AND THE BASIC STEM 37 simple.

Which one? Adjectives, -no ~ o ::0 t:l en o Jorj Phrase of type -nna • Irregularly formed . >- z INDEFINITE, INCLUSIVE, NEGATIVE WORDS 31 -nna [to indicate type of thing, "such a, this kind of ... "] [lengthening the vowel] [manner] -ko [location] -chira [direction, motion towards, or preference] The table on p. 30 will show how simple this process is. These words do not change to indicate singular or plural, nor do they have different forms to indicate gender, sex, or the role of the word within the sentence.

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