Standard Theory

theory of Egyptian grammar by H. J. Polotsky, in which verb forms are either adjectival, substantival or adverbial, and a verb phrase is transposable into any of these 3; popular in the mid-20th century, disfavored since the 1980s

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  • "theory of Egyptian grammar by H. J. Polotsky, in which verb forms are either adjectival, substantival or adverbial, and a verb phrase is transposable into any of these 3; popular in the mid-20th century, disfavored since the 1980s"@en
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  • "Standardtheorie der ägyptischen Syntax"@de
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  • "Norma Teorio de egiptlingva sintakso"@eo
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