A manual of Sindhi: for the use of European officers, missionaries and others studying the Sindhi language, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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"Kaiseria" Press, 1904 - Sindhi language
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Page 93 - The Present Perfect Tense is formed by adding the Present Tense of ftHT (hona = to be), to the past participle of the verb; eg, He has spoken.
Page 178 - An adjective agrees with the noun it qualifies in gender, number, and case, eg , bona puella curret.
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Page 93 - The Past Perfect Tense is formed by adding the Past Tense of the Auxiliary Verb 'hunu' = to be, to the Past Participle of the main Verb.
Page 50 - Basque adverbs may be allocated under three headings: 1) adverbs of time 2) adverbs of place and 3) adverbs of manner.
Page 7 - Neuter Gender. All names of inanimate things are either Masculine or Feminine according to the vowel-sound which they end in.
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