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according added addition adjective appears auxiliary become beginner combinations compound condition conjunction connected consonants Coptic dead derived determinatives double Egypt Egyptian EGYPTIAN GRAMMAR ending English especially Examples express feminine forms frequent give goddess gods heard hears heart hieroglyphics independent indicate infinitive introduced Italy kind king Kingdom land language later London majesty manner meaning names nominal noun object occasionally offering older omitted original Osiris participle particles passive person placed plural predicate preposition present pronoun reading reading exercises relates relative root script śdm.f Semitic sentences shillings SHORT signs simple singular sometimes stand substantive suffix suffix conjugation temple tense texts thee thou Thutmose town translation usually verbs weak weak consonant weak verbs wish words writing written мм
Page 20 - to remain", sdm "to hear", >r tf A wstn "to invade", _ZT I /wvAwJ-' ra 72. b) Weak oerbs. These have three, four, or five consonants, of which the last is a weak one (y or w cf.