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By Raymond Scheindlin Ph.D.

Barron’s 501 Arabic Verbs is outlined in Arabic script with exemplary sentences in English for every verb. to mirror right Arabic sort, 501 Arabic Verbs has been published again disguise to back and front web page to entrance. Verbs are prepared alphabetically in a desk layout, one verb in step with web page with English translation, and conjugated in all tenses and kinds. The book’s extra beneficial properties comprise universal idioms with instance sentences to illustrate verb utilization and a grammar evaluate.

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Generally, a female’s surname is formed by the addition of the ending -ová to the male form, even in the case of foreign surnames, hence Novák-Nováková, Smith-Smithová. Native surnames ending in -ek, -ec or -el lose the -e- in the process, hence BělohlávekBělohlávková, Němec-Němcová, Havel-Havlová. The feminist movement and the influence of increasing numbers of foreign women in the Czech Republic who do not wish to see their surname in any other form than what they are used to at home has meant some decline in the once strict use of the -ová ending.

There are ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ adjectives too: all those discussed so far, with distinct gender forms, have been of the ‘hard’ type. The ‘soft’ adjectives are much simpler to handle; they are instantly recognizable, irrespective of the nature of the stem-final consonant, by their ending -í, which is the same for all genders in the nominative. obývací pokoj (m) vlastní ložnice (f ) cizí město (n) living room one’s own bedroom strange city Unit 4 Jak bydlíte? What is your house like? 37 3 How to express possession Possession may be expressed in the same two basic ways as in English, with mít (to have): Máme nové auto (We have a new car), and using the possessive pronouns, such as můj (my), náš (our) and váš (your).

Note again the previous variety in forms for the 1st person singular 12 (I): in -m, as in omlouvám se, nemluvím, pocházím, and in -u as in the everyday děkuju, or -i as in jmenuji se. ). Vy (you) itself also appears in several utterances. 8 Negation A number of the verb forms met so far have begun with the prefix ne- – nejste (you are not), nevím (I don’t know), nemluvím (I don’t speak). The translations show these to be negative forms; indeed, ne- is the universal negative prefix in Czech verbs.

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