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Course: HUMANITIES ÍSE202G, Spring 2011
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Mlfri SE201G: II 3. mars 2011 14. tmi KVEIN FORNFN hvorugur, annar FORNFN UM TVO/ FORNFN UM RJ + HEILD &gt;2: allir HLUTI sumir/nokkrir einn/hinn annar hver enginn NEITUN 2: bir 2 annar/hinn annar hvor 1-1 1: einn/einhver hvorugur 1-1 enginn hvorugur, bls. 147, 170 kk. kvk. hvk. hvorugur hvorugan hvorugum hvorugs hvorug hvorugt hvoruga hvorugt hvorugri hvorugu hvorugrar hvorugs hvorugar...

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Mlfri SE201G: II 3. mars 2011 14. tmi KVEIN FORNFN hvorugur, annar FORNFN UM TVO/ FORNFN UM RJ + HEILD >2: allir HLUTI sumir/nokkrir einn/hinn annar hver enginn NEITUN 2: bir 2 annar/hinn annar hvor 1-1 1: einn/einhver hvorugur 1-1 enginn hvorugur, bls. 147, 170 kk. kvk. hvk. hvorugur hvorugan hvorugum hvorugs hvorug hvorugt hvoruga hvorugt hvorugri hvorugu hvorugrar hvorugs hvorugar hvorug hvorugar hvorug hvorugum hvorugra hvorugir hvorugir hvorugur Eru bir mennirnir hvaxnir? Nei, annar (maurinn) er hvaxinn, hinn (maurinn) ekki. Nei, hvorugur (maurinn) er hvaxinn. hvorugur Eru bar stelpurnar heima? Nei, hvorug (stelpan) ER heima. Nei, hvorug stelpnanna ER heima. Nei, hvorug af eim ER heima. Nei, hvorug eirra ER heima. Hvorugur strkurinn vildi hjlpa mr. Hvorugur strkanna vildi hjlpa mr. g tvenna sk. Hvorugir skrnir ERU lagi. hvorugur g tvenna sk. Hvorugir skrnir ERU lagi. g fr tvenna tnleika um helgina. * g fr tvo tnleika... Ori tnleikar er ekki til eintlu => *einn tnleikur. Hvorugir tnleikarnir voru leiinlegir. YFIRLIT gr. nf. ef.flt. fs.liur sgn hvorugur + + + hvorugur maurinn er hvorugur er mannanna hvorugur af mnnunum er... + oftast et. hvorugar dyrnar.... eru hr er hvorugir flt. af v a veri er a um tvennar dyr. Nafnori dyr er ekki til et. tala annar, bls. 169 annar annan rum annars nnur anna ara anna annarri ru annarrar annars arar arar nnur nnur arir ara rum annarra annar, bls. 148 Eru bar stelpurnar heima? Nei, bara nnur (stelpan) (er heima). Nei, bara nnur stelpnanna (er heima). Nei, bara nnur af stelpunum (er heima). Nei, bara nnur eirra (er heima). Nei, bara nnur af eim (er heima). Haninn stendur rum fti(num) og galar. annar hinn, bls. 149 Annar bririnn er str en hinn (bririnn) (er) ltill. nnur konan hpnum er gmul en hin (konan) (er) ung. g fr tvenna tnleika. Arir (tnleikarnir) voru gir, hinir (tnleikarnir) voru leiinlegir. annar kvei fn.: nnur fernan lekur, ekki hin. Tluor: Jn var annar hlaupinu, ra var fyrst. Lsingaror: Kalli tlar a f sr anna hjl. Gamla hjli er ntt. YFIRLIT gr. nf. ef.fl. fs.liur sgn annar + + + + oftast et. annar maurinn er annar mannanna er annar af mnnunum er... arar dyrnar ... eru hinn ++ oftast et. hinn maurinn er... hinar dyrnar ... eru
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