A Practical Grammar of the Russian Language

A Practical Grammar of the Russian Language

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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. 1827 edition. Excerpt: ...The auxiliary verb 6bu.n added to the past of the dciinite branch corresponds to the English pluperfect; as. fl cAtAaAb 6hu.o ouin6-I had made a misKy, A'a ycut-b ee no-take, but corrected it npamnub. in time. a3i. The same verb with the past tense of the verb xomtnib and the infinitive of the principal verb corresponds to the English was going; as, JI xomtAb ffhiAo ehtt-I was going to ride, xamb, Ho 6bMi yep-but was prevented by acaHTj aypHoio noroAoio. the bad weather. 23a. The auxiliary verb SueaAo added to the past tense of a verb, corresponds to the English used lo followed by the infinitive; as, H 6biBao 6trajii no I used to run about jiyraMii. the meadows. R 6imajio xaacnBaii I used to walk thirty no inpiiAU, amk Bepcini vers Is a day. Hem. Prefixed to the present tense it expresses the same idea in a more lively manner. Bi msoAt Mbi 6usa-At school we used to Jio yiHMCH, a oai H-study, while he was rpaenrb. playing. 2. Moods. $ 233. The infinitive is used in the Russian language without any preposition or sign; as, fl /Kciaro 3Humb. I wish to know, yntcb eoeofinmb npa-Learn to speak corBii.iMio. rectly. 5 23i.Whcn the infinitive Russ is preceded by the conjunction mno6u or Aa6u it expresses the end of the action; as, /HaGbi xopouio 3Harm It is necessary to read H3WKT), Bao&Ho Mhoto and write much to know VHmanTB a nH carat, a language well. $ 235. The infinitive is frequently employed instead of the imperative; as, McnojiHHmb no non-Let this be executed Ka3aniio. according to the order. Bbirnt no cesiy. So be it. $ 2.36. The infinitive is sometimes followed by the interrogative par title An, in which case it expresses doubt j as, Bn4;inb-.in Mh1 euje Shall I see my native pa3T Mom Q4HHy? place once more? When preceded by...show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 185.42 x 243.84 x 7.62mm | 113.4g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236588096
  • 9781236588098