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The Origin of the Imperfect Converter

John Gee
Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt
Vol. 43 (2007), pp. 253-259
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27801615
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The Origin of the Imperfect Converter
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Abstract

This study examines the origins of the grammatical form known as the imperfect converter. Well known from Demotic and Coptic, it is clear that the imperfect converter existed in earlier stages of the language with select usage found as far back as Old Egyptian.

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