Oriental Linguist; An Easy and Familiar Introduction to the Hindoostanee, or Grand Popular Language of Hindoostan

Oriental Linguist; An Easy and Familiar Introduction to the Hindoostanee, or Grand Popular Language of Hindoostan

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1802 edition. Excerpt: ...throughout all thsir imoods and tenses, I have only to add.that fume of these, in a more compound or definite state, will occasionally require the aid oieboskna, to end; chabna, to will, choose, Scc./ukna, to be able; cm, kurna, to do, practise, &c. w, hich being all regular themselves, 1.may now give, the bare paradigm of an active vert, in both voicej, and safely refer the., scholar to the, conjugations at. full length iq the rarn, raar, page 99, &c. (19) (19) The foregoing compounds are formed on different principles, the grand one Uust, TnVt the imperative singular or contracted infinitive unites with the complete infinitive of the subservient veVk Ho-chookna, to bt done, ja-sukna, to be able to go, pee-chcokna, to be done drinking, or to have already drunk kuh-chookna, to have already told. 2d, That the perfect is required for the following subservient verbs phahaa, kurna and jana, when this last forms thepaffive voice, Mara-chahna, t- wijb or btabtut a beats m 7rrfp. Tr. Part. Ter. Part. fcSj Mar, beat. mar-/7, btzur.g. mar-a, bcatf/i. v inifN p/a Per-Part-Jnf-Ger-and Sap.-jmu-ke, Sec. having beaten. mar-w, to beat, beat/'wg-. I (a man) beat, do beat or am beating, my- marta hoflff; they (women) run, do run or are running, we dourtee(a- hy-; ihe beat, did bear, or was beating, won martee thee; he hath spoken, woh bola hy; I fa woman) had run, my- douree thee: you (women) had run, loom douree t(hee-. Beat thou, tyn mar; do you speak, loom bolo; go not thou, too mut ja; come you here, echa- room ap; they will not go there, wuha- we nuhee- ja.enge. The trivial anomalies of jana have been already explained in note (i8) q. v. 1 have therefore only to...show more

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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236630947
  • 9781236630940