terça-feira, 23 de novembro de 2010

Noun + determiner phrases (‘this . . ., the same . . ., which . . .’)

Determiners are words that indicate the identity of a noun, such as כָּזֶה ‘such’, זֶה ‘this’, אֵיזֶה what/which, אוֹתוֹ ‘that/the same’ and כָּל ‘any’.

כָּזֶה, זֶה and הַהוּא ‘that’ follow the noun, whereas אוֹתוֹ, אֵיזֶה, כָּל and
other determiners must precede it:

אִידְיוֹט כָּזֶה - such an idiot

אוֹתוֹ אִידְיוֹט - the same idiot

אֵיזֶה אִידְיוֹט - what an idiot!

אֵיזֶה כַּרְטִיס - some ticket

שׁוּם כַּרְטִיס - no ticket

אַף כַּרְטִיס - not a single ticket 

Ticket - כרטיס  / Tickets -  כרטיסים(kartis; kartisim)





איזה טיפש - What a fool! (eyze tipesh)

אף אחד - No one, Nobody (af e7ad)

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