[b-hebrew] On the history of Hebrew YIQTOL and the Hebrew verb
if at math.bu.edu
Fri Feb 4 07:23:29 EST 2011
1. No, 'will be (here) tomorrow'.
2. ANIY BA MAXAR AL HA-BOQER is also very clear.
3. Question: After all this monumentally bombastic "research" do we
understand the Hebrew bible better than our forefathers? Answer: No.
4. So what is all this "research"? It is "research" on "research".
5. So what is YI-QTOL? it is obviously the root QTL supplemented by
the two personal pronouns YI 'he' and O 'he', telling us that Mr. YI
and Mr. O are both engaged in the act QTL.
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Feb 4, 2011, at 12:44 AM, Bryant J. Williams III wrote:
> implication is that the person ‘will arrive tomorrow’. In
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