By Walter E. Crum
A must-have for college kids of the Coptic Language. issues have occurred because its liberate although, that you can are looking to mix with a few more moderen lexica. Very thorough, yet with a special alphabetical process in accordance with the consonant roots of the phrases.
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For singular common nouns, the uninflected form of the adjective is used: en kall vinter en grön fågel a cold winter a green bird 2. For singular neuter nouns, -t is added to the uninflected form of the adjective: ett kallt bad ett grönt blad a cold bath a green leaf 3. , mannen är stor, the man is large) take the indefinite declension. , Adjectives ending in -d preceded by a consonant drop the -d and add the normal -/ ending in the neuter. Adjectives ending in -d preceded by a long vowel drop the -d and add -it: en ett en ett hård vinter hårt exempel röd sko rött äpple a a a a hard winter hard example red shoe red apple 2.
Adjectives ending in -d preceded by a long vowel drop the -d and add -it: en ett en ett hård vinter hårt exempel röd sko rött äpple a a a a hard winter hard example red shoe red apple 2. Adjectives ending in -I preceded by a consonant remain unchanged in the neuter. Monosyllabic adjectives ending in -t preceded by a long vowel form the neuter normally: en ett en ett trött kvinna trött barn vit klänning vitt hus a a a a tired woman tired child white dress white house 3. Adjectives ending in unstressed -en drop the -n before the normal -t ending in the neuter: en förmögen man ett förmöget hus a wealthy man a wealthy house 4.
2ND PKRS. PL. 3RD PKRS. PL. vi (we) ni (you) de (they) OBJECT FORM mig (me) dig (you) er (you) honom (him) henne (her) den (it) det (it) oss (us) er(you) dem (them) Use of Personal Pronouns The second person singular du is used when addressing relatives, close friends or children. T h e second person plural ni is used in the singular when addressing strangers. For polite address, however, the person's full name or title is normally used: Vad önskar fru Svensson? What do you want, Mrs. Svensson?
A Coptic Dictionary (Ancient Language Resources) by Walter E. Crum