Et (Genesis 1:1)

Lisbeth S. Fried lizfried at umich.edu
Wed May 22 11:09:31 EDT 2002




>
> >===== Original Message From "Lisbeth S. Fried"
> <lizfried at umich.edu> =====
> >The et indicates the accusative only when the accusative
> >is also marked by the definite "the" "he".
>
> Just a tiny clarification--the accusative should be definite,
> but it doesn't
> have to be marked with the determined state (definite
> article, he-prefix). A
> proper noun, for instance, requires no such marking to be definite.
Yes, of course.
Liz
>
> Trevor Peterson
> CUA/Semitics
>
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