Nir cohen - Prof. Mat.
nir at ccet.ufrn.br
Mon Feb 28 13:50:21 EST 2011
sebastien's example includes one noun and one verb in the past tense.
i vaguely remember that verbs in past and future follow one
set of nikud rules plus syllable stress, and all the rest
(including verbs in present and nouns) follows a second set.
pere, could this explain the difference?
million thanks for your explanations, very clear in this particular case. As
I'm still a beginner in biblical Hebrew, may I ask if there is a general rule
saying when we should pronounce qamats and when we should pronounce
qamats-hatuph? I thought that in every closed, unaccented syllabe, it was
qamats-hatuph. But I see that there are many exceptions and cases where it is
not the case...
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