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This handbook tabulates the most common verbal paradigms and conjugations. It begins by explaining the various types of verbs and how they differ from each other. Every table is spread over two pages in width. Columns and rows are marked to make easy references.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-920-7
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Gorgias Handbooks 16
Publication Date: Mar 23,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 97
Languages: English, Syriac
ISBN: 978-1-60724-920-7
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Honed by years of personal experience in teaching Syriac for beginners, George A. Kiraz tabulates clearly in this handbook the most common verbal paradigms and conjugations. The book begins by explaining the various types of verbs and how they differ from each other. Every table is spread over two pages in width. Columns and rows are marked to make easy references.

Honed by years of personal experience in teaching Syriac for beginners, George A. Kiraz tabulates clearly in this handbook the most common verbal paradigms and conjugations. The book begins by explaining the various types of verbs and how they differ from each other. Every table is spread over two pages in width. Columns and rows are marked to make easy references.

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Contributor Biography

George Kiraz

George A. Kiraz is the founder and director of Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute, and the president of Gorgias Press. He earned an MSt in Syriac Studies from Oxford University, and an MPhil and PhD from Cambridge University. He has an extensive list of publications in Syriac studies.

  • Preface (page 5)
  • Verb Paradigms (page 7)
  • Table Organization (page 10)
    • Table 1. Regular Strong Verbs (page 11)
      • Table 1. Regular Strong Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 12)
      • Table 1. Regular Strong Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 14)
      • Table 1. Regular Strong Verbs (iii. Notes) (page 16)
    • Table 2. Strong Verbs with Initial Sibilant Letters ?, ?, ?, or ? (page 19)
      • Table 2. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial Sibilant Letters ?, ?, ?, or ? (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 20)
      • Table 2. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial Sibilant Letters ?, ?, ?, or ? (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 22)
      • Table 2. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial Sibilant Letters ?, ?, ?, or ? (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 24)
      • Table 2. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial Sibilant Letters ?, ?, ?, or ? (ii. Active and Passive Participles - Continued) (page 26)
    • Table 3. Strong Verbs with Initial ?? (page 29)
      • Table 3. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial ?? (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 30)
      • Table 3. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs with Initial ?? (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 32)
    • Table 4. Strong Verbs Ending in a Guttural (?, ?, ?) or ? (page 35)
      • Table 4. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs Ending in a Guttural (?, ?, ?) or ? (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 36)
      • Table 4. Regular ‘Strong’ Verbs Ending in a Guttural (?, ?, ?) or ? (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 38)
    • Table 5. Initial ? Verbs (page 40)
      • Table 5. Initial ? Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 42)
      • Table 5. Initial ? Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 44)
    • Table 6. Middle ? Verbs (page 47)
      • Table 6. Middle ? Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 48)
      • Table 6. Middle ? Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 50)
    • Table 7. Final ? Verbs (page 53)
      • Table 7. Final ? Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 54)
      • Table 7. Final ? Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 56)
    • Table 8. Initial ? Verbs (page 59)
      • Table 8. Initial ? Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 60)
      • Table 8. Initial ? Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 62)
    • Table 9. Middle ?/? Verbs (page 65)
      • Table 9. Middle ?/? Verbs (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 66)
      • Table 9. Middle ?/? Verbs (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 68)
    • Table 10. Doubled Verbs (page 71)
      • Table 10. Doubled Verbs„where the second and third letters are the same (i. Past, Future, Imperative, and Infinitive) (page 72)
      • Table 10. Doubled Verbs„where the second and third letters are the same (ii. Active and Passive Participles) (page 74)
    • Tables 11 & 12. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs (page 77)
      • Table 11 A. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: P?al (Table 1, Columns A & B) (page 78)
      • Table 11 B. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: Ethp?el/ (Table 1, Column C) (page 80)
      • Table 11 C. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: Pa?el/Pa??el (Table 1, Column D) (page 82)
      • Table 11 D. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: Ethpa?al/ Ethpa??al (Table 1, Column E) (page 84)
      • Table 11 E. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: Aph?el (Table 1, Column F) (page 86)
      • Table 11 F. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to Verbs: Ettaph?al (Table 1, Column G) (page 88)
      • Table 12 A. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to a Final ? Verb: P?al (Table 7, Column A) (page 90)
      • Table 12 B. Attaching Object Pronoun Suffixes to a Final ? Verb: Pa?el /Pa??el (Table 7, Column D) (page 92)
    • Tables 13. Some Irregular Verbs and Four-Letter Verbs (page 95)
      • Table 13. Some Irregular Verbs in the P?al (page 96)
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