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Luqa & Section 3b of Grammar complete.

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Luqa & Section 3b of Grammar complete.

Oct-21-2000 at 10:25 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Shlama all,

Just a quick note to let everyone know that Yukhanan is started!

Also, Section 3b of the Grammar (Demonstrative Pronouns) is complete.

Enjoy!

Shlama w'Burkate,
Paul

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1. On the Shin > Tau subject

Oct-22-2000 at 11:44 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Just a note from a stranger:

As we know the Shin letter is pronounced both & . Whereas Tau is - &

.

Well, it seems to be a well known fact among the
Proto-Hebraic experts that the earlier inhabitants of Canaan and Phoenicia used to pronounce the letter Shin as and - ATTENTION! -

. Which means, they spellt RW4O (A-Sh-W-R), but read .

Also Ain had a strange other, "softer" pronounciation - .

P.S. The ancient South-Arabians worshipped a godess they called RTT9 .

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2. RE: On the Shin > Tau subject

Oct-23-2000 at 11:11 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Furat,

Just wanted to quickly fix the formatting of your post.....you had inadvertently included HTML tags, which are produced when you write a post with the square brackets.

Here is the text of your original post:

Just a note from a stranger:


As we know the Shin letter
is pronounced both "sh" &
"s". Whereas Tau is -
"t" & "th".

Well, it seems to be a
well known fact among the
Proto-Hebraic experts that the earlier inhabitants of Canaan and Phoenicia used
to pronounce the letter Shin
as "sh" and - ATTENTION!
- "th". Which means, they
spellt RW4O (A-Sh-W-R), but read
"athour".

Also Ain had a strange other,
"softer" pronounciation - "gh".

P.S. The ancient South-Arabians worshipped
a godess they called RTT9
"athtar".

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Shlama w'Burkate,
Paul

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