Grammar and Vocabulary for First Certificate by Luke Prodromou

By Luke Prodromou

*Designed for top Intermediate scholars. An cutting edge strategy fairly proper to the Cambridge First certificates examination (FCE) *Thorough grammar assessment. distinctive details targeting issues established within the examination, and a wealth of examples in response to the Longman corpus. *A concentrate on vocabulary. focus on observe formation, confusable phrases, and on universal phrases and words which are necessary in different occasions *Lots of chance to preparation. a wide selection of routines to substantiate figuring out and get ready for the FCE examination, quite Paper three. *Continuous checking out in examination structure. A diagnostic try out for every Unit and average exams in examination layout to examine growth. *A versatile process. can be utilized in lots of alternative ways; transparent cross-references element you towards similar grammar or vocabulary parts.

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G. *-Dh2-). The existence of this last series is highly improbable, however: there is not a shred of evidence for a distinction in spelling between “-TT-” and “-DD-”, and therefore a phonetic and phonological distinction between the two cannot be proven. Moreover, Melchert does not give any evidence for the view that the long stops were voiceless and the short ones voiced. In my view, voice cannot have been a distinctive feature between the geminate spelled and the single spelled stops. If voice really was a phonological feature of one of these series, why did the Hittite scribes not use the voice-distinction available in the Akkadian syllabary?

Phonemes */a/ and */o/ (the latter ultimately merging with the reflex of PIE *o). Note that Lycian shows different reflexes of *a (namely a) and *o (namely e), which proves that at the PAnatolian level the vowels /a/ and /o/ were distinct. 1 Cuneiform script The history of the cuneiform scripts starts with the Sumerians’ desire to keep track of business transactions: around 3200 BC the first economic records and inventories were made on lumps of clay by drawing pictures of specific objects together with strokes and cones to represent numbers.

EKCP OQPQRJQPGOG S  =MY? + EQPENWFG VJCV /Hw/ was already phonemic at the Proto-Anatolian stage. 43 So all PIE roots that seemingly had an initial *r-, must in fact have had either *h1r-, *h2r- or *h3r-, the regular outcomes of which in Hittite were /"r-/, /Hr-/ and /"r-/, spelled ar-, §ar- and ar-, respectively. g. Melchert 1994a: 125. 28 CHAPTER ONE verb Ɨrš-zi / arš- ‘to flow’. Here we find a distribution between the strong stem that is spelled a-ar-aš- and the weak stem that is spelled ar-aš- or ar-šº.

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