A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew by C. L. Seow

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Exercise 5 Exercise 5 I 4 5 6. ph ,tp 12. il~N II. a. Give the plural of the following geminate nouns, and translate those that you recognize: ,~ 7. 13. 9 T- ,~ ,iJ r,t-i 8. i139 I. 2. ,; I. i 14· 15. 111, 9. 15 . n~~ :i'=t 8. ,:ii, ...... 16. IO. T • 3· T'- 4· Ti?. 5· il::>O 2. 9· b. · < 17. • w,ii ... :)l 19. ilWN IO. 12. lVNi 20. ilft ... nN T 13. ( 21. 3· ,,~ : T • 18. · -: - n~ ,,::, . T 4· Ci' 14. C' 5· 6. :IN T I I. 7. ·: -: : - ·: - : . ,w~ ''1:a, i1itib n,in i,:,r . c. Read the following passage out loud.

Jpr:, i11p Noun TO'~ (*:Jaytan > :Jetan) c. Nouns with N Prefix. Root 7n, Nouns with Prefixes I 3 5 Res cannot be doubled (fs; fp: C';~~) stone Vocabulary Original *ay > ayi (stressed) ore (unstressed) Original *aw> awe (stressed) or 6 (unstressed) Initial *w > y Nun before a strong consonant is assimilated Gutturals prefer a-class vowels Gutturals prefer composite sewaj's Gutturals and Weak Radicals: A Summary The details in this lesson may seem pedantic to the student, but they are included here because they are foundational for understanding many of the peculiarities of Hebrew forms.

Root ;,nw i1t,J Root b. Nouns with -r-i Prefix. i. ta- .. ) (*tawsii!? O'. Rules south generations alien desire Nouns with weak radicals behave according to the rules given. i. ii. C. O'. Jpr:, i11p Noun TO'~ (*:Jaytan > :Jetan) c. Nouns with N Prefix. Root 7n, Nouns with Prefixes I 3 5 Res cannot be doubled (fs; fp: C';~~) stone Vocabulary Original *ay > ayi (stressed) ore (unstressed) Original *aw> awe (stressed) or 6 (unstressed) Initial *w > y Nun before a strong consonant is assimilated Gutturals prefer a-class vowels Gutturals prefer composite sewaj's Gutturals and Weak Radicals: A Summary The details in this lesson may seem pedantic to the student, but they are included here because they are foundational for understanding many of the peculiarities of Hebrew forms.

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