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By Robert Godel

The writer is especially drawn to comparative and ancient study on Armenian as an Indo-European language. This "Introduction" involves components. the 1st one describes the phonological and morphological approach of Classical Armenian with the aim of environment off its attribute good points, no longer of living on such information as are available in any reliable grammar ebook. the second one half is comparative and ancient. in addition to the simplest ascertained evidence, it comprises disscussions on arguable matters, in addition to a few new insights in histroical morphology.

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Besides, nouns are used in the Acc. 20 (as against: tay z-ptul 'he bears (the) fruit' Matth. 46, etc. lt In both places, the Greek original has a compound verb (karpophorei). 2). Notice the occurrence of the bare Acc. (without z-) in formular phrases: patasxani tam 'I answer (give answer)'; erkir paganem 'I prostrate myself (kiss the earth)'; akn·unim ' I expect , look forward (have an eye to something)', etc. 12. R egular declension patterns are numerous. In classifying them, it seems appropriate to contrast, first of all, variable and invariable stems (Meillet, 1913, § 43).

231) We thus get four paradigms : orsam 'I hunt' orsas orsay orsamk' orsayk' orsan b) grem 'I write' gres gre gremk' grek' gren - hayim 'I look' hayis hayi hayimk' hayik' hayin argelum 'I hinder' argelus argelu argelumk' argeluk' argelun The impf. ind. has vocalic endings, except in the 3rd sg. : Sg. 1 2 3 -i -ir Pl. -ak' -ik' -(y)r The inflectional vowel i changes to e, so that the 2nd and the 3rd paradigms merge: hayei, like grei. 212; notice, however, the peculiar form of the 3rd sg. in the -u- paradigm : orsayi orsayir orsayr orsayak' orsayik' orsayin c) grei greir grer greak' greik' grein (hayei) argelui argeluir argeloyr argeluak' argeluik' argeluin The pres.

4. n~yn baniv Ast uco. · Yev hanyal az-na. i lya:i:(a)n mi barjar yec'uyc' nama z-amenayn t'agavorut'yunas asxarhi i vayrkyan zamanaki. 6. soc'a, zi inj tavyal e yev um kamim . tam az-na. 7. Ard du yet'e ankyal yerkir paganic'es a:i:aji im, k'ez yeyic'i amenayn. 8: Patasxani yet nama Hisus yev ase : Yert' h-etas im, Satana, zi garyal e : Y erkir pagc'es tya:i:(a)n Astuco k'um yev az-na miayn pastesc'es. 9. Yev ac az-na h-Erusayem yev kac'uyc' i vera astaraki tacari-n, yev ase c'a-na·: Yet'e vordi yes Astuco, ark · az-k'ez asti i vayr, (10) zi garyal e ·yet'e harestakac' yuroc' patviryal e vasan k'o pahel az-k'ez, (11) zi i vera je:i:ac' barj(a)c'en az-k'ez, mi yerbek' harc'es az-k'ari z-otan k'o.

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