An elementary Hebrew grammar: with reading and writing by Green William Henry 1825-1900

By Green William Henry 1825-1900

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When, as a result of the two preceding rules, a group of three consonants (or of two consonants, one of which is long) appears, schwa is inserted, unless this would lead to schwa in an open syllable. 7. An alternative solution would be to posit underlying schwa everywhere, in addition to vowel metathesis in all bases, a solution favoured by Jilali Sa¨ıb (Sa¨ıb 1994). According to this analysis, in those cases where the addition of suffixes leads to schwa in an open syllable, schwa is metathesized.

For the state of the art in Semitic studies, see Izre’el (2002) and chapter 4 of the present volume. Tosco (1994a) and (1994b) represent typological studies of the syntax of East Cushitic languages. Dolgopolsky (1973) is a massive reconstruction of lexical roots in Cushitic languages. The languages classified now as Omotic are included in Dolgopolsky’s study as West Cushitic. Zaborski (1975) is a study of the verbal forms in Cushitic languages. Bender (2000) is a comparative study of Omotic morphology.

Non-Afroasiatic) substratum. Later, speakers of Omotic moved southeast. Around the seventh millennium BC, in Diakonoff’s account, the speakers of various Cushitic dialects moved to the east. 1 Afroasiatic classification, based on Ehret (1995). Asia through the Nile Valley and over the Suez isthmus. The argument for this separation, states Diakonoff, is provided by the fact that the Semitic language in Asia had already divided into various dialects by the fourth millennium BC. Diakonoff (1998) departs from the notion of a single homeland for Proto-Afroasiatic, positing a different place of origin for each of his major linguistic subgroups.

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