[b-hebrew] vowel length

Yitzhak Sapir yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 14:22:45 EST 2006


On 11/6/06, omar nshea <omarnshea at gmail.com> wrote:

> also, why is it that prepositions have one type of vowel when standing
> independently (e.g. segol) and then change when inflected,
> (e.g. sere) and then change even furthur when they are heavily affixed (e.g.
> hateph)? is that not evidence of length of vowel?

Could you give specific examples of such prepositions?

Thanks,
Yitzhak Sapir



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