A Grammar of the Cree Language, as Spoken by the Cree by John Horden

By John Horden

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4 Aders is also possible. 5 Mossels is also possible. 6 Note: de vroede vaderen ‘the city fathers’. 44 7 Note: de Faculteit der letteren ‘the Arts Faculty’. 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 12111 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 20111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40 41111 letters letters (of the alphabet) waters waters middelen means wortelen carrots middels waists wortels roots, carrots Plural of nouns Note: The -el, -en and -er in words like wiel ‘wheel’, schoen ‘shoe’ and mier ‘ant’ are not formal endings, but are part of the root of the word, and thus they take -en in the plural, not -s.

3 (b)). Dutch dictionaries usually indicate gender by placing an m (mannelijk), a v (vrouwelijk) or an o (onzijdig) after the noun; thus m and v indicate that those nouns are now common gender. Every new Dutch noun must be learnt together with the appropriate definite article. There are a few reasonably reliable rules for learning the gender of nouns but there are nevertheless many words which do not fit the rules and for which the gender simply has to be learnt by heart. The following is a list of rules, some hard and fast, others a little vague, to assist in learning genders.

G. naäpen ‘to mimic’. g. 2). Note too the use of the hyphen to assist the eye in compounds like the following: radio-omroep ‘radio broadcasting network’, auto-ongeluk ‘car accident’. There is one more change concerning the use of hyphens in the revised spelling which one should note. Geographical names like Nieuw-Zeeland (adj. Nieuw-Zeelands) and Oost-Groningen (adj. 4). Note the use of a hyphen in the two placenames ’s-Gravenhage and ’sHertogenbosch, both more commonly referred to in speech, and even in writing, as Den Haag and Den Bosch respectively.

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