General Principles of the Structure of Language, Volumen2

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Trübner & Company, 1885

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Formation of denominative verbs
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Prepositions conjunctions
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48 Tendency to singleness of idea with strong sense of verbal
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49 Consequent deficiency of derivatives supplied by combina tion of distinct words Arabic
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Phonesis guttural with strong pressure of breath from the chest accent
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Personal pronouns suffixes and prefixes in the SyroArabian languages Arabic pronouns and article
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Verbal stems high subjectivity
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Active and passive perfect and imperfect of the various stem forms
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Moods
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Object suffixes
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Formations of substantives and adjectives
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Gender of substantives
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Number of substantives
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6062 Declension arthritic nature of final n and
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Pronouns and article
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Numerals their gender declension and construction
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Prepositions conjunctions adverbial and negative particles
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Verbal expression of position in time
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Weakness of comparative thought
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Construction of verbal nouns seems to indicate strong sense of process
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6870 Weakness of correlation and of the substance
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No abstract copula
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Irregularities in the concord of the verb and its subject
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Constructions for the relative pronoun
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Forms of the regular verb
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Object suffixes
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Gender of the noun
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Number of the noun
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Trace of an accusative case construct state
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Affection of the noun with possessive suffixes
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Numerals elements of relation
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86 Inaptitude for thinking fine elements separately
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8792 Weakness of comparative thought of correlation and of the substance of the noun construction of the numerals substitutes for the copula
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Want of close connection of the verb with the objects and conditions
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Order of words i
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Pronouns
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180 Lithuanian roots express changes of radical meaning
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Verbal forms
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Object suffixes
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Gender of nouns
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Derived nouns nouns in juxtaposition to express a com posite idea
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Number of nouns
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Construct state and emphatic state of nouns
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Numerals adverbs prepositions conjunctions
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Adjectives more usual than in Hebrew constructions instead of them
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Emphatic suffix of the noun compared with the definite article
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Irregularities of gender and number
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Genitive and construct state the direct object construc tion of numerals adjectives possessive suffix object suffix
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Substitutes for the verb substantive
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More distinction of tense than in Hebrew expression
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120 121 Phonesis shows a tendency to utter with small pressure of breath from the chest the syllable the accent
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Pluriliteral verbal roots contraction of the object of thought
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Forms of the verbal stem
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Tenses and moods reduction of subjective process in
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verb 126128 Formations of nominal stems
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wie rooi
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Distinction of gender
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Number in nouns
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Case construct state
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mood adverbial uses of verbs irregularities of concord of verb and subject constructio prægnans order of words 62
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Numerals their construction
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Formations of nouns and adjectives
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Gender number and case
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Pronouns
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Forms of the verbal stem tenses moods auxiliaries
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146 Approach to the fragmentariness of African speech
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Prepositions and conjunctions
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Order of words concords and governments
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Example
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Spoken by the Tuariks in the Sahara
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Consonants and vowels
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Distinction of gender formation of plural
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The marks of case genitive dative ablative are prefixed no article numerals have feminine form with feminine noun
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Pronouns suffixes jamants
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155159 No adjective except participles person elements of verb expression of tense vowel changes participles derived forms negation interrogation
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The Teutonic verb has only a present tense and a past each having an indicative and an ideal form their forma tion and person endings in Gothic
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The weak conjugation due to the process not penetrating the root remains of passive in Gothic
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Object suffixes suffixes attracted by any particle which
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affects a verb 161 Formation of nouns of the action and of the agent
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Deficient sense of relation restricted use of adverbs
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Mixture of African and SyroArabian characteristics
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Example
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Negation
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Subjectivity of the verb in the Teutonic languages
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Active infinitive and participle used for passive
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Teutonic thought was not apt to think the subject as object the infinitive less subjective than in Greek
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Primitive system of the Celtic verb
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AngloSaxon and Old Norse use the personal pronouns dual and plural instead of copulative conjunction
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Use of the article in Teutonic suffixed in Old Norse
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Order of words
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173 Spreading tendency of Teutonic thought in correspondence
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Elements of relation
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weak article suffixed to adjective order of words
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The Slavonic race
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with slower excitability
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lension of nouns and pronouns
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Theiverb has a present stem and a nonpresent formations
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Lithuanian
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After a short vowel the consonant sounds double to a German
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Construction of prepositions of the comparative degree
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Three periods of the Armenian language
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Bask
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Examples
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The first of the above correspondences traced through
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THE FEATURES OF LANGUAGE WHICH ACCOMPANY THE HABITS
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Ethiopic
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the nomad languages
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The sense of the personality of the subject in the verb is propor
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Evidences of weak subjectivity in the verb
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The development of tense accompanies the sense of succession
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The second
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conditions
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the Chinese group of languages
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the most northern languages of Asia and Europe
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the Chinese group of languages
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Gender tends to be distinguished as masculine and feminine
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Utterance of the consonants with strong pressure of breath from
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CHAPTER IV
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the IndoEuropean and SyroArabian
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In Celtic
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The peculiar endowment in man from which language springs
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