A First Kafir Course

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J.C. Juta, 1888 - Kafir language (Bantu) - 133 pages
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Contents

lesson Page 1 Euphonic Concord
1
Alphabet table of Nouns
2
Indicative Present Imperfectlong form Proper Names of Persons Double Nominative
3
Pronominal Objects Double Accusatives
4
Indicative Present Imperfectshort form Participle
6
Indicative Past Indefinite and Imperfectfour forms
8
the particle yo
9
forms
11
Comparison of Adjectives Adverbs of Place as Prepositions
39
Tile certain Demonstrative Adverbs
41
Present and Past Perfect Tenses na have Abstract nouns used as Adjectives
42
Kafir Idioms Is able threats or warnings musa ufanele umele pants
45
Indicative Future Perfect Adjectives as Predicates the particle ko
46
Indicative Future Imperfect Progressive
47
Subjunctive Present Imperfect and Past Indefinite Verbs joined by and to express a purpose
48
Numerals as Object to a Transitive verb
50

Imperative Subjunctive Present ImperfectAugmented used as Imperative softened form of Imperative
12
Indicative Future Imperfecttwo forms and Past In definite
14
Lesson Page 15 Relative Pronouns as Subjects sometimes omitted placed before Adjectives used as Attributes Glasses of Adjectives
15
Indicative Past Imperfectfour forms
16
Pronominal Subjects used before Adjectives
18
Pronominal Objects the Kafir Verb Personal Pronouns Emphatic form Dative of Pronouns and of Personal Nouns Nouns used Adverbially
19
Instrumental and na
24
Possessive Particles and Pronouns Possessive of Common and Proper Nouns
25
Demonstrative Pronouns
27
Pronominal Copula Causal father mother
29
Species and Number of Nouns Gender Diminutives
30
The Relative used with Possessives
32
Onke all and odwa alone
33
Possessive of the Relative
34
Relative as Object Rules for agreement of Relative as Sub ject and as Object
35
Relative governed by a Preposition
37
Monosyllabic and Vowel Verbs ukuti
38
One by one other
53
Ukuhlala ukwandula njenga kade apo with kona
55
Interrogative Pronouns and Adverbs nje kodwa
56
Verb Forms
57
The Dative of Common Nouns of Names of Places
58
Interjection
62
Negative Forms of Indicative Present Imperfect Tea
64
Past Indefinite and Imperfect
65
Futures
66
Present and Past Perfect
67
Potential Present and Past Imperfect
68
Subjunctive Present Imperfect and Past Indefinite of Infinitive and of ufanele and umele
69
The Passive Voice
70
Negative Forms of
71
Negatives with Adjectives Idiomatic use of Passive Superlative with Negative never of Future Time can not umnini
72
Idiomatic use of Accusative ka forming Adverbs ngohw two or more Subjects in a Sentence ukuti as a Tempor ary Predicate
74
to turn to the Appendix p 76 the Parsing Lessons p
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