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ISBN-13: 9789150606607

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2nd pers. tl var. 3rd pers. masc. w var. fern . tl var. 1st pers. wyn var. 0 , 0 ~~ c ~- ' 26 Dual 2nd pers. tlwny var. 3rd pers. masc. ~1\~ sdmw fern . ti (rare form) 3rd pers. masc. wy fern. ti var. ~- d7_1\ Rare forms except in very ancient texts. - During an earlier period of the language QI is found more often than ~-y w in the third person singular and plural. In classic Middle Egyptian this ending is found . ~ combined with the ·, I of the stem of weak verbs as ~ :•.

0 <:::> - him (cf. B. This pattern occurs only in main sentences. In dependent clauses the adjective is replaced by a suffix conjugation of the adjective verb. 32 11. VERBS CLASSIFICATION Verbs can be grouped into different categories according to morphological and semantic criteria. 1. Verbs are classified by the number of consonants of their stem. ), etc. Most of the verbs are built up of three radical consonants. Verbs with five or six radical consonants are rare. Ex. ~ #say, dJ ~ st)m hear, ~r=Jf A ws{n travel freely.

The endings are the same as those of the adjective (cf. chapter to). The plural ending w is very often left out. There are both active and passive forms of the participles. The passive forms can take the endings win the present tense andy in the past. Imssw ... \·t nbt ... m? wi ... 17) 54 Sf- ~I I I cnbw ... 16) wnnyw ... 16) sngw ... B 260) wttsw ... 4) ®~--~ Jyn ... 1) ~~~ rb ... Jprt ... I42) s(imyw ... 99) prrt nbt ... IV 1187 16) irt nbt ... 2) 12-~~~~ }:zsy ... 68) -~r0~ nisw ... 11) ~q~l~l iryt ...

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