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The Modern Egyptian Dialect of Arabic; A Grammar with Exercises, Reading Lessons and Glossaries (Paperback) Loot Price: R270
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The Modern Egyptian Dialect of Arabic; A Grammar with Exercises, Reading Lessons and Glossaries (Paperback): Karl Vollers
The Modern Egyptian Dialect of Arabic; A Grammar with Exercises, Reading Lessons and Glossaries (Paperback): Karl Vollers

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The Modern Egyptian Dialect of Arabic; A Grammar with Exercises, Reading Lessons and Glossaries (Paperback)

Karl Vollers

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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. 1895 Excerpt: ...tSLgi, etc. The Imperative is supplied by tadla, 34. vi. Part. gSi, (f.) ghjd, (pl.) geyin, coming. Infinitive. magi. (2) (Preserving the Alif) Li shd yesM, to will, (relig.). Ex. inshd'-Alldh, If God will mdsh&'-Alldh, As God wills (exclamation of astonishment). Note 1. yigi (used adverbially), about, approximately, 59. m. b, 31. Note 2. Certain small words of verbal origin may be conveniently noticed here. They are a. hat: indeclinable and only found in the Imperative. hdt, give bring (f.) hatl, (pi.) hdtii. b. tann (damn), corrupted from -y tamm, to continue: generally used with the pronominal suffixes and a following Participle, thus: huwa tanno mashi, he goes further. Myd tanniha mashyd. hum dannuhum mashyin. tannina mashyin. c. tau, tawi (with following Participle), just now, directly. Ex, ane tau gel, I am coming directly. 41. THE QUADRILITERAL VERB. The conjugation of the Quadriliterals offers no difficulty. For the vowel of the second syllable of the Imperfect Stem, see 20. 3. Ex. yebasbas, yetarbis. Ex. of Part. melakhbat, disordered, confused. J ji-j merakhrakh, slack, loose. The Quadriliterals have no derived forms except those compounded with it ( 23). itlakhbat, to get confused, disordered. itwalwil, to wail, lament. izzalzil ( 23, note 1), to be shaken (of the earth), to quake. itmaskhar, to behave foolishly. ityafrat, to behave like an afrU, to do incredible things. For the vowel of the Imp. see above. Vulgar Infinitive tefarfl, analogous to tefU in the triliteral verb. Ex. washwish, to whisper, Inf. tewashwish. 42. THE OLD FORM OF THE PASSIVE. The Old Arabic Passive (Perf. fuil: Imperf. yufal) formed by internal change of vowels, only remains in certain stereotyped forms. The most ...

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: May 2012
First published: May 2012
Authors: Karl Vollers
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 2mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 36
ISBN-13: 978-1-150-02131-2
Barcode: 9781150021312
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LSN: 1-150-02131-4

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