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Re: Declining of Participles

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  • Francisc Czobor
    Hello TN, The declension of participles is found in Wright s Grammar at pages 110- 112, § 239-242. Francisc ... have
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 28, 2006
      Hello TN,

      The declension of participles is found in Wright's Grammar at pages 110-
      112, § 239-242.

      Francisc

      --- In gothic-l@yahoogroups.com, "wannabecarmelite"
      <wannabecarmelite@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hello everyone, I'm a Medieval History major in university, and I
      > decided (since my specialty is Anglo-Saxon England to make a study of
      > earlier Germanic languages and literature) to study Gothic, and I
      have
      > a copy of Wright's Grammar. I've encountered the dative absolute
      > several times in the sentences I've been translating, but I've looked
      > and looked through my grammar and can't find how participles decline.
      > If anyone knows where it might be located in the grammar or even they
      > just decline like a certain set of nouns, I would much appreciate the
      > information.
      > Sincerely,
      > TN
      >
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