A Reading Book of the Turkish Language: With a Grammar and Vocabulary ; Containing a Selection of Original Tales, Literally Translated, and Accompanied by Grammatical References : the Pronunciation of Each Word Given as Now Used in Constantinople

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J. Madden, 1854 - Turkish language - 162 pages
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Contents

54 Notation of figures 18
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56 Division of verbs
56
57 Of the Simple Verb
57
58 Derivative verbs
58
59 Model proposed
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60 Table of the formation of Turkish VerbsActive Nega tive Impossible etc 19
60
61 All conjugated in same manner as the simple verb 20
62
63 Of the changes of transitive verbs
63
64 Of the Composite Verbs
64
211 The Persian form used the kftra representing the English genitive case s
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65 Conjugation of the Auxiliaries i_ltlJ and _lij 21
67
213 Of Arabic and Persian Nouns ib 214 Of a Noun of Number with two genitives preceding it ib 215 Of the use of the word U ib 216 Of the dat...
68
68 Conditional 21
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A noun remains in the singular with a plural number ib 223 The use of the 3rd person singular avoided ib 224 The pronoun of the 3rd pers plural ...
70
Of the particle and its demonstrative power
71
Of its power of appropriation ib 230 Of its specific power as to time ib 231 The Verb agrees with the 1 st and 2nd persons ib 232 But need not be ...
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Imperative
80
81 Infinitive 33
81
82 Participles
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83 Gerunds 34
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Examples
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Of the other two Auxiliary Verbs 35
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Example with adjunct 36
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How best to arrive at facility of composition
90
90 Of the Impersonal Verb Jj 37
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Conditional
92
Gerunds
93
Of the Negative 38
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Which may easily be translated until we are able to do it offhand
96
Of its conditional
104
210 Important rule on two Nouns coming together
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126 Of S the sign of the genitive
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Of s the sign of the dative
127
Of _ the sign of the accusative
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129 The 0 is often dropped in MSS and the terminatio n of a word written
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70 Infinitive 2
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