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In Rawlinson's Herodotus are the next observations. The Egyptian Language could, from its grammar, seem to declare a Semitic foundation, however it will never be one in all that kin, just like the Arabic, Hebrew.

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Familiar) Vabandage! (polite) Excuse me! Or you can use the more neutral expression Vabandust! How to give commands In Unit 2 we learned the polite, plural form of the imperative mood of the verb, used in making commands. The more familiar, intimate form of the imperative is formed simply by dropping the presenttense endings; it is the same as the present stem. But remember that the stem of the polite form of the imperative (Unit 2, ‘Making commands’) is formed from the stem of the -ma infinitive.

But this is my friend Paul from England. May I introduce you? Hello, Piret! Hello, Paul. When did you set off ? The bus left at exactly eight o’clock. So you got here quite quickly; it’s only five to eleven. Vocabulary = minul) mul (= tore, -da vastas ‘on me’ fine, splendid awaiting, there to meet sõit, -du trip kuigi although tõusma, tõusen rise, get up kolmveerand three-quarters, a quarter to söök, söögi meal hommikusöök, söögi breakfast pool, -e half saama tuttav, -a hakkama täpselt siis kiiresti ju alles minut, -i pärast üksteist get, become acquaintance start, begin exactly so, then quickly after all only, just, not until minute after, past; (also) ‘to’ in clock times eleven Language points A note about word order Estonian word order is freer than English, as you will see from phrases like et sa mul Tartus vastas oled, where the verb is placed at the end.

Kuhu pidi Piret minema? Kus ta lubas neid oodata? Mitu minutit enne kella nelja lubas ta oodata? Ja mitu minuti pärast kella kolme lubas ta oodata? Reading passage Paul ja Tõnu Tartus (CD 1; 21) Kui Pauli ja Tõnu buss tuli Tartusse, oli Piret juba vastas. Kuigi nad tõusid juba kolmveerand seitse hommikul, läks sõit väga hästi. Siis tutvustas ta Piretile oma sõpra Pauli. Pärast seda läksid nad välja ja vaatasid veidi Tartus ringi. Aga siis pidi Piret ülikooli minema ja ta lubas oodata Pauli ja Tõnut peahoone ees kell veerand neli.

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