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S 22. 3. Chart: Suffix Pronouns with Object Marker n~ When the pronouns occur as the direct object of a verb, they are attach to the particle n~, vocalized as n~ (see the forms below). ·. ,. 3rd Person it:'~) 1I;l~"::: 1J:lNI ':JRN<~: .. 1: ~ 2nd Person 1"---r-' "~13~" ~ .. • I • . ,. 1J~~ ------ 52 1~~,. ,. V\01'1\ T• ! PLURAL \ r--:\ ...... _ -N,~\1\. ;~· ~ .. ~~ 2nd Person FEMININE . llrt ~ \-... 3. Demonstrative Pronouns (ill. and ~~il) -There are two sets of demonstrative pronouns in Hebrew.

3? ~,\) 8. r'' ec: 10. 'l 0•. 12. ~-~ 11. ~7ip' 13. CiJ~5i~ 15. i~i~ 17. ,;p 19. ~J7ip 21. ~w~·, ,·! {I . 0 . f) ~(1 f'""'1 I ' "--. 'y ·~c':>y I '\( , ,,;, ~) "' f,' ~ --I '). '- ~ r··· ·--... - ' 14. ,ip) 17ip •j'', "·-----~ It\',') "\61( ~)\) ( ~"'-'-" ! i:J· ~0 ~ 16. 18. ip 20. JC)\vZ. ,"):~s 22. 3. Chart: Suffix Pronouns with Object Marker n~ When the pronouns occur as the direct object of a verb, they are attach to the particle n~, vocalized as n~ (see the forms below). ·. ,. 3rd Person it:'~) 1I;l~"::: 1J:lNI ':JRN<~: ..

Llrt ~ \-... 3. Demonstrative Pronouns (ill. and ~~il) -There are two sets of demonstrative pronouns in Hebrew. ;c.... 1. 1. The Attributive Use f( nNl, and il~~ '('yo.. ilt~~ ~. __ ~ t'n~(t. The demonstrative pronoun follows its noun and agrees with that noun in gender (masc. ), number (sing. ), and determination (definite or indefinite). For example, a masculine singular noun takes a masculine singular pronoun. , with an article) must also be definite and thus takes an article. 1) nt. ''this" (masc.

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