Re: preliminary conjugation in ju:dajca
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 13, 2000, 19:08|
On Thu, 13 Jan 2000 12:52:09 -0500 Vasiliy Chernov <bc_@...> writes:
> >So, verbs in -ÂL, in the present indicative have the following
> >active ~ -ô | -â | -a | -âmû | -âti | -an
> >passive ~ -o | -âri | -âtu | -âmu | -âmîn | -ant
> If amatur > amâtu and amamur > amâmu, I'd expect amantur > amantu.
> do you think?
What i tried to do was drop off everything "extraneous" on the end.
So, since both -ant and -antu aren't confusable with any other form, and
U is a pretty weak vowel, i made it drop off into a shwa. the ending
"-ant" isn't pronounced /ant/, but /ant@/ - there's still something of
the /u/ left. In the (full) hebraic orthography it's slightly more
obvious, since the last consonant, Tav, is marked with a Shva vowel-mark.
"Eze-guvdhab wa'hrikh-a tze, / "zhoutzii wa'esh," i eze-mwe."