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This is Mary’s greeting. He touched his fingers to the eyes of the blind man. Jesus walked on the shore of the sea. Sahieic disciples lifted him onto the boat.

Some of these items ship sooner than the others. They bound my feet and hands and left me there on the shore.

The dove alighted upon the platform. We received the letter which you ms. He spoke with them, rebuking them. These are the words of your pl. These men are more numerous than us.


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It was this temple which our ancestors built. After these things, that king died. This is the God of Israel. The soldiers seized him, bound him, and threw him into the prison.

He did not add to the money which he gave them. The gold is under the stone. When I saw him, I pitied him. She bore her son in that village. When he found them, he untied their ropes.

He did not allow them to say any words.

The letters are with the books. They became hungry and they came back to the village. Speaking of Greek, an knowledge of Greek can help, as there are a great number of loanwords in Coptic. Shlomo Zalman rated it liked it May 25, The copyright for the exercises in Lambdin’s grammar is held by Mercer University Press, and includes rights over translations of these exercises.

Who is your ms. He lifted up his son. Coptic in 20 Lxmbdin John was in the desert.


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I gave the bread to her. This is a great textbook for learning Coptic, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it. It is proper for you pl. Who do you ms. Who interpreted the book for you pl.

What is the name of the village ti you pl. Preserve my soul, my lord. This cloak is more valuable than that one. The boats were in the harbor. The priest was praying when I came in. I did not sell the cloak.

It is not a boat. There is some bread there. What are you pl. You can really learn the ancient Coptic language on your own using just this book.