By Henry Tattam
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In Rawlinson's Herodotus are the next observations. The Egyptian Language may, from its grammar, seem to declare a Semitic foundation, however it is simply not one in all that family members, just like the Arabic, Hebrew.
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For example, Koreans use ⍞ only when addressing a child, a childhood friend, one’s younger sibling, one’s son/daughter, and so forth. The use of ╏㔶 is mostly used between spouses. In fact, there is no second person pronoun for addressing an adult equal or senior in Korean. One possible explanation is that addressing someone by the pronoun sounds too direct and confrontational in Korean. , one’s subordinates). One may wonder then how Koreans actually address someone. The safest way is not to use any pronoun at all.
Generally speaking, pronouns are used much less in Korean than in English. In Korean, any contextually understood sentence elements (including the subject and the object) are often omitted. For instance, when two people are talking to each other, personal pronouns often drop out in normal conversations, since both speakers know who is the first person talking and who is listening. This differs from English, where the use of the pronoun (or subject noun) is mandatory in all situations. ” The first person pronoun The Korean first person pronouns have the plain and humble forms: ⋮ (plain singular) ⌊ (plain singular possessive) 㤆Ⰲ (plain plural/possessive) 㩖 (humble singular) 㩲 (humble singular possessive) 㩖䧂 (humble plural/possessive) There are two things to remember when using the first person pronouns.
G㠊㰖⩓㔋┞┺. 5 Translate the following sentences into Korean using the polite speech level. 6 Translate the following sentences into Korean using the deferential speech level. 7 Change each sentence into a negative sentence, as shown in the example. Example: 㫊㦖G╖䞯㌳㧊㠦㣪 = 㫊㦖G╖䞯㌳㧊G㞚┞㠦㣪 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 㧒⩞㧎㦖GṖ㑮㡞㣪. 8 Match one of the following with the appropriate predicates. , what the sentence is about). The particle 㦖V⓪ is not a case particle; hence it does not indicate the grammatical function of the noun it attaches to.
A compendious grammar of the Egyptian language as contained in the Coptic, Sahidic, and Bashmuric dialects by Henry Tattam