A Grammar of the Mahratta Language: To which are Added Dialogues on Familiar Subjects

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Printed at the Mission Press, 1825 - Marathi language - 127 pages
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Page vi - A grammar of this language was indeed, written many years ago in the Portuguese tongue . . .") Maharaj Krishna Chandra Rayashya Charitrang (in Bengali) by Rajib Lochan Mukhopadhyaya.
Page v - From east to west its extent is various, but it may in general be reckoned to be spoken from the mountains which separate Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa from the countries immediately west of them, to the western side of the peninsula and the province of Guzerate.
Page 10 - If the first, second, or fourth letter in any class be followed by the third or fourth letter in its own or any other class, or by a vowel, a semi- vowel, or a nasal, it is changed to the third letter of its own class. Exam. { \ and "JTrjj form ^Г^ГЗТШ> a gd quality. frfr aud €}"ЦЯ form Tjy 4-
Page iii - DIALOGUES ON FAMILIAR SUBJECTS. THE THIRD EDITION. BY W. CAREY, DD Professor of the Sungskrit, and Bengalee Languages, in the College of Fart William.
Page 13 - Words signifying inanimate substances take no inflection in this case, unless they are personified. If personified they are inflected like masculine or feminine nouns. 5. The instrumental is formed by affixing [ or -4. It is ex pressed by %, through, and some times for.
Page 38 - JT, the second t5% thon, and the third 7JJ, he ; two numbers, the singular and plural ; and two genders, the masculine and feminine.

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