Grammar of the Persian Language

Grammar of the Persian Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1828 edition. Excerpt: a woman, she had a hen: where iiljol is the l...', w, and the verb 5-, ..'v, occurring, will constitute a verbal sentence, which is opposed to the whole of his reasoning. ON THE Govznmumvr or Venus. 232. Verbs which are neuter or passive, will have no objective case, as in other languages; but their influence upon other words will be marked by the insertion of such particles, as may suit the cases required; as' I 0 1-I 0..v; .t: ....f.3"I: ...., ..'__===, .lt.#.._s: ..; A certain king was sitting wrrrr a Persian slave IN a boat. e.';i, =...S1, 5.4 trembling fell UPON his body. "-: '-u: '-'11' J' 5&5 The ln'ng's pleasure was disturbed BY him. (4 G 5/ ' $4) 5"! '-: '.' Zaid went TO Calcutta. 233. Active and transitive verbs, will either prefix one of the particles or postfix i) for the purpose of marking the objective case, whenever the omission would be productive of obscurity: but, when this would not be the case, no particle whatever will be introduced. Examples: -Q (J..JoJ._s-.....=-J-iJ._ They bore envy rownnns him. ' Is not this an instance of a passive verb construed with )'l before the agent, without any noun of instrument intervening? See Art. 231. Upon the whole, the Vizier carried THE nor TO THE house. I ll! 3 Q8 =;'= wing; The Visicr heard THIS wonn, (and) willingly or unwillingly approved. 234. Of the first and second examples nothing need be said; the necessity of the particles being obvious. In the third, as either the subject (15), ), or the object ( 1...; ), may be the nominative or accusative to the 1-; verb 0, the necessity of some distinguishing particle must be evident: and, as the sense of the passage will not more

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  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236923480
  • 9781236923486