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1. EƲE NEW INTONATION INDICATION SYSTEM: SPECIAL CHARACTERS (WINDOWS)

2. EƲE LETTERS SHORTCUT KEYS (WINDOWS)

Eʋe (Ancient Hebrew) 101 is specially designed to take your Eʋe learning from beginners’ level clear through the threshold of an advanced speaker. On the following pages, you will learn how to build sentences in Eʋe using a variety of tools that we have carefully gathered for you; enough to make native speakers jealous of your new Eʋe skills.

 

Thank you for studying the Eʋe (Ancient Hebrew) with us!

 

EƲE (ANCIENT HEBREW) 101 goes over:

1. EƲE letters and symbols with examples

2. EƲE 10 first cardinal numbers decrypted

3. Our newly developed EƲE intonation indication system to help you read and speak EƲE with very little effort

4. How to type EƲE  letters using Windows computer: short cut keys

5. Learning EƲE subject pronouns and a verb list to build simple sentences in EƲE

6. Present Tense, affirmative and negative forms

7. Names of parts of the day, days of the week and months of the year

8. Past Tense, affirmative and negative forms each with examples

9. Names of things in nature, body parts, animals

10. Interrogative adverbs, 2 examples each

11. A new verb list for you to explore

12. Transitive and intransitive verbs in EƲE

13. 54 EƲE Prepositions, 2 examples each

14. EƲE object pronouns, possessive pronouns, conjunctions and adverbs

15. 27 EƲE  subordinating conjunctions, 2 examples each

16. Present Continuous tenses: affirmative and negative forms with examples

17. EƲE Periodic Tense (it's a new one we came across), affirmative and negative forms

18. 52 EƲE conjunctions to help you put your sentences together coherently

19. Future Tense, affirmative and negative forms with examples

20. Predictive Tense (another new tense that we recently distinguished among the tenses)

21. Confirmative Tenses, affirmative and negative forms with examples

22. EƲE cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, cardinal points

23. Renewing Tense (another new tense we have recently discovered) with examples

24. Turning verbs into nouns in EƲE

25. Future continuous, negative and affirmative forms with examples

26. Can and Must in EƲE with examples

27. 23 most popular interjections in EƲE

28. If clauses in EƲE

29. Most common adjectives in EƲE

30. How the word alphabet came to be

31. and many more!

 

Overall, this book EƲE has all it takes to take your Eʋe learning from beginners’ level clear through the threshold of an advanced speaker in exactly 60 pages, not counting the covers, table of contents and others

In this lesson you will learn:

1. Breakdown of the word “nyo” and examples

2. How to form nouns in Eʋe using verbs and adjectives

3. Haplology in the Eʋe language

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10 Ancient Hebrew (Eʋe) Verbs in Present Tense, Imperative Form, Affirmative Form, and with 30 Example Sentences to help take your Ancient Hebrew (Eʋe) language learning to the next level. Contains 20 pages.

10 Ancient Hebrew (Eʋe) Verbs in Present Tense, Imperative Form, Affirmative Form, and with 30 Example Sentences to help take your Ancient Hebrew (Eʋe) language learning to the next level.

Contains 20 pages.

This is the full and complete chart of the Ancient Hebrew (Eve/Ewe/Ivri) with all the letters matched to the symbols, explained, backed and matched with Bible passages with examples, details and more. It is worth one  thousand Hebrew lessons.

The Pronunciation of EWE by J, Berry, B.A (Lecturer in West African Languages, University of London. Illustrated by two gramophone records made by Lily G. Beata.

 

Ewe, is the language of million people, is spoken in the extreme south-eastern corner of the Gold Coast and in the British and French Mandated Territories of Togoland. It has a considerable School and Church Literature, and its importance for the Gold Coast administrator, missionary or trader, is second only to Twi.

 

This pamphlet, like others in the series, is designed for European learner who wishes to acquire from the beginning and adequate pronunciation.

 

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