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according active adding adjectives AORIST auxiliary bāndi become biyā consonant darta declension denoting derived dzamā Examples feminine gender give haghah haghe hagho hets IMPERFECT INDICATIVE MOOD infinitive inflection intransitive kala khabar khpul kkhah kkhke language letter masculine MOOD move nominative nouns objects oblique PARTICIPLE particle PAST TENSE PERFECT Persian personal pronouns PLURAL pore preceding PRESENT TENSE Pukkhto road RULE sara sarai shah sham short vowel shta SINGULAR sometimes sound stā strike struck tasa terminal thou transitive verbs tsok verbs wahali wale woman wu ba به په تاسو ته دي شوي شي کړي که نه هغه هغو وه وهل وهلي وي يم
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.
Page x - Indo-Persian form at some remote period, by the sudden and long-continued contact of Indian tribes with the Persians, from whose language, owing to their preponderating influence, a large number of words came to be used colloquially. And in time, these, without affecting its original grammatical construction, themselves became absorbed...