A- The general Formula
There is the case where a disciple of the noble ones notices: When this is, that is. From the arising of this comes the arising of that. When this isn't, that isn't. From the cessation of this comes the cessation of that.
Idha gahapati ariyasāvako itipaṭisaṃcikkhati: ''iti imasmiṃ sati idaṃ hoti, imassuppādā idaṃ uppajjati, imasmiṃ asati idaṃ na hoti, imassa nirodhā idaṃ nirujjhati. ''
Idha= here, there is the case
gahapati (voc. sg.) = householder
ariyasāvako (nom. sg.)= a disciple of the noble ones
itipaṭisaṃcikkhati= he notices
imasmiṃ (loc. sg.)= in this
idaṃ (nom. sg.)= that
hoti = is
imass-uppādā (abl. sg.) = from the arising of this
uppajjati = it arises
nirodhā (abl. sg.) =(from the cessation)
nirujjhati = it ceases