Middle Egyptian An Introduction by Gertie Englund

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I That you exist is with me or It is with me that you shall stay. fw the papyrus rolls. i st lift wdf wnn irf H pfmim That I seized the Southerners was on the command of his Ka and the Northerners according to his guidance. 1516) It was according to his command that I felled them. 10) How then is that land? k nn Why did you come here? tn nf br Why do you give to him? (Adm. k It is so that you can bring me and so that I can see your perfection (2 prospective fonns) that I have come to you, my Lord.

B. /lnmlr+ infinitive. c. rpm/ of both transitive and intransitive verbs. r{Un/forms. However, verbs Illae inf. do not reduplicate the second radical. In this respect it resembles the prospective. To give appears in the form dl, which is also typical of the prospective. d. n/oftransitive verbs. D. 1. e. not combined with iw and further not initial makes it possible to recognize them as circumstantial forms. D. 2. n/a previous action in relation to that of the main sentence. i after I had robbed his cattle.

ADVERBIAL SENTENCES PATTERNS WITH NON-ENCLITIC PARTICLES The topic of an adverbial sentence may be combined with a non-enclitic particle (see below at the end of this chapter). The topic can be either a noun or a pronoun. A special set of pronouns is used in this position, the so-called dependent pronouns (see below at the end of this chapter). k Adv1bial phrase wi m I am in your presence. B 263) You are here. n army. (Urk. Jtm i~bty below) was in the eastern fort. (Urk. 1) mk tw r spr You will arrive home.

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