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CORRESPONDENCE OF THE VOWELS AND SEMI-VOWELS
THE VOWELS AS SIGNS OF INFLEXION
ANOMALIES IN WRITING. 15
ANOMALIES IN WRITING
ROOTS CONTAINING SEMI-VOWELS
DIFFERENT KINDS OF VERBS
PARTS OF THE VERB
FORMS OF SIMPLE VERBS
SIGNIFICATION OF THE DERIVED FOEilS. 33
FIRST GROUP (adding ONE LETTER TO THE ROOT)
SECOND GROUP (ADDING TWO LETTERS)
THIRD GROUP (aDDING THREE LETTERs)
THE TENSES OF DEEIVED FORMS
NOUNS DERIVED FROM VERBS
(9) NOUN OF COLOUR OR DEFECT
V. THE DEFECTIVE VERB
APOCOPATED (jussive, ETC.)
APOCOPATED
MOODS OF THE DEFECTIVE VEEB (FINAL
SUBJUNCTIVE
DOUBLY IMPERFECT VERBS
THE NOUX
THE GENDERS OF NOUNS
COMMON GENDEE
DECLENSION OF NOUNS
THE CASES
IMPERFECTLY DECLINED NOUNS
INDECLINABLE NOUNS
THE NUMBERS OF NOUNS
FEMININE REGULAR PLURAL
BROKEN PLURALS
TABLES OF BROKEN PLURALS. 113
TABLES OF BROKEN PLURALS
4. BROKEN PLURALS OF THE MASCULINE AGENT, FORM ^li
PLURALS OF PLURALS
EXAMPLES OF THE DECLENSIONS OF NOUNS
IMPERFECTLY DECLINED NOUNS. 141
FORMATION OF NOUNS NOT IMMEDIATELY DERIVED FROM
ABSTRACT NOUN
THE DIMINUTIVE
PERSONAL PRONOUNS
CHANGES IN TOWELS, ETC., BEFOEE THE AFFIXED FEONOTJNS
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
(84). OTHER CLASSES OF NUMERALS
PREPOSITIONS
INTERJECTIONS
I. THE PEETERITE
THE INDICATIVE MOOD
CHANGE OF THE VOWEL IN THE AORIST
THE APOCOPATION OF THE FIXAL VOWEL OF THE AORIST
PARTICLES WHICH APOCOPATE THE AOBIST OF TWO TERES
THE ENERGETIC AISTD JUSSIVE MOOD
THE CASES OF NOUNS
THE SUBJECTIVE CASE
THE AGENT AND THE VERB
CONCORD OF THE VERB AND THE AGENT
THE SUBJECT OF A PASSIVE VERB
THE OBJECTIVE CASE
1. THE OBJECT OF A TERB
3. NOUNS USED ADVERBIALLY
THE GENITIVE OR DEPENDENT CASE
A SENTENCE AS THE COMPLEMENT OF A PEEPOSITION
APOCOPATION OF THE LA.ST SYLLABLE OF THE VOCATIVE
OF THE FIRST OF TWO NOUNS IN CONSTEFCTTON
OF THE SECOND OF TWO NOUN'S IN CONSTRUCTION
SEPAEATION OF TWO NOUNS IN CONSTRUCTION
CONCORDANCE OF NOUNS AND EPITHETS
THE ORDINAL NUMBERS
DATES
PROPER NAMES
COMPOUND PROPER NAMES
THE TTSE OF THE INFINITrVE OE NOUN OF ACTION AS A VERB
OTHER WORDS WHICH ARE COGNATE TO VERBS
2. APPROXIMATE VERBS
3. VERBS DENOTING A MENTAL PROCESS
4. VEEBS OF PRAISE AXD BLAME
5. PARTICLES WHICH RESEMBLE VERBS
6. NEGATIVE PARTICLES
RELATIVE SENTENCES
RELATIVES OR CONJUNCTIVES
OTHER CONJUNCTIVES
NATURE OF THE RELATIVE
THE PRONOUN WHICH REFERS TO THE ANTECEDENT
(162). The pronoun which refers to the antecedent
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
PROTASIS AND APODOSIS
ON CERTAIN INVOLVED FORMS OF EXPRESSION
APPOSITION
CONCORDANCE OE THE DESCRIPTIVE AND THE NOUN
2. SIMPLE APPOSITION
PARTICLES EMPLOYED IN" FORMING THE APPOSITION
(173). The particles employed in forming the apposi-
3. CORROBORATION
4. APPOSITION OF SUBSTITUTION
6. EXPLANATORY APPOSITION
CERTAIN ADVERBS OF TIME AND PLACE
INDECLINABLE WORDS
THE METRES
TABLES EXHIBITING THE DIFFERENT METRES
EXAMPLES OF ^ji^\
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A Grammar of the Arabic Language (1874)

A Grammar of the Arabic Language (1874)

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