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1111. II~ ,..... ,..... ,. 11~ ) 1. For definition of Type C see Sec. 32. 2. Since the penultimate radical is the "pivot" of the verb stem, the position of another. radical in relation to the penultimate radical is of greater significance than its position in relation to the first radical. Hence the value of the term "ante-penultimate". 31. Notice that no new elements appear in the Group V Principal Parts; for these verbs are contracted Group IV verbs, and conjugate as Group IV, except in their contracted end, where they are identical with Group II, (their stem, of course, ending with a vowel).

C. 2 Int. S. e. 2 Int. s. C. Ext. C, S. C. Ext. S. IV D,C. Ext. s. II-1 cause to tremble glitter knock ,... A'loftmfm h1Jt\Q;l,2(W. ,. ) . ,. t:. b. e. s. IV verbs present a complication here, since they have one more radical than a Basic IV verb. To conjugate them correctly the positions of the radicals must be reckoned not from the first radical but from the penultimate radical)! Thus the second radical will not correspond to the Basic IV second radical, but, being two places back from the penultimate radical, to the Basic IV first radical.

S. e. ,. ). 37. 95. Variations, mostly slight, of the above scheme of stem changes are found with certain classes of verbs:-1) Group III verbs, having no penultimate radical can make no 1 Int. "change", except by reverting to their uncontracted Group I form. This is done by a few lll-3 verbs: e. g. ID (the uncontracted form of -Jt~~~ stand) makes +:J'iDOD , stand against, oppose. Group lii verbs cannot, for the same reason, make the 2 Int. "change" in the normal manner. They do it, however, by reduplicating the ~etter of the first radical instead of that of the penultimate radical.

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