The English and Hindusthání Student's Assistant, Or, Idiomatical Exercises in Those Languages: In Four Parts : Part I, Illustration of Nouns (Google eBook)

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Baptist Mission Press, 1834 - Hindustani language - 81 pages
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Page 36 - The handle of this drawer is broke. They who fear God will enjoy everlasting happiness in the world to come. I must go to work every day at sun- rise: this is a great hardship.
Page 18 - Buy some cord, and tie these things together. Is there no cork to this bottle ? There was great plenty of corn last year. Our correspondence has now ceased. What will be the cost of these articles ? They live in cottages. This country produces much cotton. Move this couch into the other room. She has a very bad cough. He is a member of the Supreme Council. Let us regard good counsel.
Page 12 - I know this as a certainty. I have received from him a certificate of my capacity and good conduct. Here is plenty of chaff, but no wheat. Is this chain made of iron ? Take a chair, and sit down. He writes only with chalk. There is no chance of seeing him there. He is gone there for change of air.
Page 42 - Intemperance hurts body and mind, Have you any intention to go to Europe ? There is no intercourse between us...
Page 4 - She made an application to the judge. Does this meet your approbation ? There are five arches in the veranda. He uses very strong arguments. I am now learning arithmetic. The king was at the head of his army. Have you heard of his arrival ? I am not acquainted with that art.
Page 6 - These are bankers in Calcutta. He is lately become a bankrupt. He has bought twenty bars of iron. You have made a bad bargain. I have sold my twenty barrels of pitch. Put these things in a basket.
Page 4 - I saw an alligator in the Ganges. He made me an allowance of ten rupees, Have you got this year's almanac ? I have not yet learned the alphabet. What alteration...
Page 38 - I ate some honey out of the honey-comb. He has obtained much honour. I caught a fish with a hook. I have no hope of seeing him again. This cow has no horns.
Page 2 - He has received an addition to his salary. Pray can you tell me his address'? I asked, but they refused me admission. Of what advantage will that be to me ? She has long been in adversity. I saw the advertisement in yesterday's newspaper.
Page 42 - An inquest was held yesterday on the body of a person who shot himself.

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