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Author: Tigran Aivazian
Keywords: gospels, grammar, syriac
Two Editions of Syriac Grammar (Nestle's Grammar and The Elements of Syriac Grammar) and Gwilliam's critical edition of the four Gospels bound in single volume. Facsimile edition
Author: Hannah Wilson
Publisher: H Wilson
Keywords: memorization, stage, grammar
Number of Pages: 102
This file contains Bible verses, Poems, History lists and Science and Geography facts for memorization during the grammar stage.
Author: P. Aucher Lord Byron
Keywords: english, armenian, grammar
The classic grammar of grabar (ancient Armenian into which the Bible was translated in the 5th century) by P. Aucher and Lord Byron published in Venice in 1832.
Author: Rev. Dr. Gary Staats
Publisher: Reverend Dr Gary Staats
Keywords: creation, genesis, study, grammar, christ, hebrew, jesus
Number of Pages: 74
A close examination of the grammar of the Hebrew text of Genesis 1:1-2:3, with special attention to prefigurings of Christ.
Author: Monica Ann Macaulay
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: mixtec, chalcatongo, grammar
Number of Pages: 324
This is the first comprehensive grammar of any variety of Mixtec written for linguists. It provides theoretically informed (generative) description and analysis of the phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexical semantics of this dialect, situated in the broader context of Mixtecan and Otomanguean languages. Texts and a lexicon (Mixtec-English/English-Mixtec, 1,500 words) are included as well.
Author: Carlos Quiles, Fernando López-Menchero
Publisher: Indo-European Association
Keywords: phonology, system, morphology, syntax, dictionary, texts, writing, culture, indo, modern, european, second, language, grammar
Number of Pages: 1634
A Grammar of Modern Indo-European is a complete reference guide to a modern, revived Indo-European language. It contains a comprehensive description of Proto-Indo-European grammar and offers an analysis of the complexities of the prehistoric language and its reconstruction. Written in a fresh and accessible style, this book focuses on the real patterns of use in a modern Europe's Indo-European language. The book is well organized and is filled with full, clear explanations of areas of confusion and difficulty. It also includes an extensive bilingual dictionary, etymological notes, and numbered
Author: John Eliot
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: indian, learn, furtherance, gospel, among, desire, language, grammar, begun, essay, bring, rules
Number of Pages: 149
Originally published in 1666, written by John Eliot, a Puritan minister who went to America to escape religious persecution and found himself learning the native Massachusett language, creating a written language, articulating grammatical rules, and finally translating the bible into the native language. This is the grammar he created. It is hoped that by bringing the book back in print, that a language long lost will again be spoken and written.