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By C.E. Eckersley, M. Macaulay, Revised by D. K. Swan

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Les adjectifs numéraux cardinaux se placent avant le mot qu'ils déterminent, s'il y en a, et alors ne se déclinent pas. Les suffixes passent au terme déterminé. Ex. : lau g i z o n , quatre hommes; lau g i z o n a k e t h o r r i dira, les quatre hommes sont venus. Exceptions. — Bat, un. se met toujours après le nom, peut-être parce qu'il sert d'article indéfini et que l'article se met après le mot qu'il détermine. Ex. : gizon bat, un homme; mais on dit : hogoi-ta-bat gizon, vingt et un hommes.

NOT «''«buts- on TiUeln ^ 1 - '" na ou n ioiunradt iuf indéfini ait été jadis le cas de tous les "oyonne. semea air.? •"!. J ' " i ' Baionan bikaric da, il est vicaire à •«ntzindari dugu, notre fils est officier. (Cf. ) ,e 74 LES DETERM1NATIFS 11° Nous verrons que l'on pratique la déclinaison indéfinie avec les adjectifs indéfinis, numéraux, et interrogatifs. Ex. : hiru ardik ez dute horrenbeste jaten, trois brebis ne mangent pas tant; zonbait lagun, quelques compagnonszer gizon da, quel homme est-ce ?

La troisième personne Emploi personnels C. FORME ARCHAïQUE EN - k e t z . et leurs •' Interrogation directe DIVERSES. Adverbes démonstratifs CHAPITRE il 0 ' Tableau. ) Déclinaison des •) Variantes. [ Adjectifs en -ko. formes *• i EMPLOI V les 67 DETERMINATIFS R i Dnitê § IL Néant § m . Totalité o ,v „ S iv. Pluralité restreinte • Pluralité élarqie § VI. BerUe, aw re ' indéfinis. bat, un. ) bakhar, unique. I bakoitz, chaque. bat-bedera, chacun, batere, du tout. deus, rien succédanés de deus. guzi, tout.

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