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Volume 5 ,issue 1 | Winter and Spring 2015 | Pages : 51-56

HOW THE EGYPTIANS DETERMINED WORDS? (ALONG WITH THE DETERMINERS AND DETERMINATIVES)

Document Type: Original Article

DOI: 10.21608/EJARS.2015.6876

pages: 51-56

Authors:
El-Toukhy, M.
Ancient Egyptian Archaeology dept., Faculty of Archaeology and Tourism Guidance Misr Univ. For Science and Technology (MUST),
6 thOct. City, Egypt.

Abstract:
There are several ways which are used to determine words, in ancient Egypt; the determinatives and the determiners (Demonstrative determiners/ demonstrative pronouns) are the most common ways, also the adjectives (and adjective’s equivalents), genitives (Direct and indirect), apposition, and finally the sentences (Verbal, non-verbal). All these ways appeared in ancient Egyptian texts to determine a certain word.

Keywords:
determination; Late-Egyptian; Determiner; Adjective; Apposition; Genitive; Sentence

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