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There are three levels from which the noun can be approached. It can be viewed as a single word, as a part of a phrase, or as a part of a clause. " There are four kinds of noun phrases: ' 1: a. A Prtmositional Phrase: * lV"'~? ,'? ~~ . ~ lV"'~O i ~~J . I. " I >' yrtjl 1'6oil\ \J"~\t 4k ~ ,,;thlf· An Attributive Phrase: -. -/~ 7). 11\ ()-'" fl i L_-------- c. - . =V d. " ..... ~ ~ """- 3) As part of a clause: A noun can occur as the Subject or Predicate of a clause. ,, b. Verbal Clause (subj): l-.

Jc,_\ l(j 'f ~ l~~r uw? ~f 40 • -o "1"' ,i~? ~ ~0cCD' tu -:: CJ'TS> '7 --~ : < I i' '1 e·r... '{;u:,'or : 30) :1 ·b ,. w-x'-)? J\pr \o nx? 7 . -:: j,l '"h) l i}·~~ -:. ,. ·. 12) 1~1 24) 1'1\"-"' "' ~~]? 3. :::> I (305Ix) as/like a. ~~ "as/like a king" (Job 15:24). ~~ "as/like the king" (not attested in OT). b. a man W"~~ +~as/like results in tV"~~~ "as/like a man" (Num 14:15) or with an article lV'~~i> "as/like the man" (Judges 8:21). c. 4. \tte.. Ct. '0P:""' ) J (from) may or may not be attached to its object.

2. Suffixed Pronouns (Possessives) The possessive pronouns are attached to the end of the noun. 1. , ~·s ; 3rd Person "1oJf) '1""" I 1. II 1"' . 2nd Person i1"' ... ·•· rl ... 1"' ... ':J~- ':} .. ""''A{ 1st Person PLURAL "' c ... · : 10"' .. 1. · .. I -t~\r -t\i(r 3rd Person - "' '10",- . · .. I ;;vr 1st Person ~J .. \ ; I \1 1l"' .. o(~ 1 b; l b \(. -, ~f'7tJ;) 1 ~ ? ~ 49 1~"' .. i" "our day'' '=IJ"~i" "our days" Examples: a. " (Josh 20:6) b. lJl c. 2. Exercise on Suffixed Pronouns Translate the following words and phrases: 1.

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