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absol accented antepretone aoia apocopated article is written changeable closed syllable CLUE FORMS Qal composite S-wa consonant consonantal affixes const Dayes forte Dayes lene doubled English extra-short vowels feminine FORMS Qal Niq great47 Ground Stem Guttural Verbs H6lem Hebrew hence Hiqtil Hireq Holem horse Imperat Imperative Impf Infinitive Construct Inflection of Nouns Intensive Stem Jussive Lame8 large vowels last syllable lengthened Less LESSON letters long vowels Maqqe masc masculine Me0ey nasn Niqtal Note Nouns of Class open syllable Oral Exercise Pa0ah Partic Participle penult plural nouns postpositive preceding prefixed preposition pretone pronominal suffixes Qal Imperfect Qames Hatu Qibbus quiescent quiesces Rule S-yol short vowel shortened Silent s-wa simple S-wa Singular Plural Dual stative verbs Sureq thee Transliterate vocal S-was vocalic affixes Waw Consecutive Written Exercise Translate written ft wten wtop
Page v - Its object is to give a general survey of the principal phenomena of the language, with a view to putting the student, in the shortest possible time and with the minimum of arduousness, in position to begin reading and translating with the use of lexicon and grammar.
Page 8 - ... constitutes a single voice impulse in pronunciation. In English words a syllable must contain at least one vowel sound, and, as indicated above, a single vowel may constitute a syllable and occasionally a word, as the article a, or a', the clipped form of all. A and / are vowels and syllables and words. An open syllable is one that ends with a vowel; a closed syllable, one that ends with a consonant. There are three syllables in hap pi ness, one open and two closed. Syllable is not to be confused...