A Grammar of the Pukkhto Or Pukshto Language: On a New and Improved System, Combining Brevity with Practical Utility, and Including Exercises and Dialogues, Intended to Facilitate the Acquisition of the Colloquial

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W.H. Allen & Company, 1867 - Pushto language - 155 pages
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Page 63 - The passive voice is formed by conjugating the past participle with the several tenses of the auxiliaries J j^ kedal and J^i shwal.
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