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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2nd person 3rd person Ablative Infinitive accusative added adjective adverb alif already read Aorist Arabic auxiliary verb become a reader Cadi coming composite verb conjugated Dative infinitive declensions declined derived donkey Effendi Khoja Effendi Nasr-il-deen Elector of Bavaria endeavour English expletive express father ferejeh genitive gerund Grammar guzel head horse indeclinable indicative mood ishim jjij jJjl kesra Khoja One day Koran latchet learner letter mount Nasr-il-deen Khoja negative negative verb Participial Gerund participle pelisse Persian noun person plural phrase possessive affix possessive pronoun post-position present pronounced pronunciation pupils rules sake of euphony says the Khoja signifies singular sometimes sound speak student subjunctive mood Syntax take or receive tense thou translation Turkish language Turkish verb Turks verbal noun Vide note vowel vowel-points whilst wife
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Page 136 - O true believers, when ye are on a march in defence of the true religion, justly discern such as ye shall happen to meet, and say not unto him who saluteth you, Thou art not a true believer ; seeking the accidental goods of the present life ; for with God is much spoil.
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Page vii - Mr. Barker tells us in his preface that — ' for a person who aspires to read and write a language with any degree of accuracy, something more is necessary than a superficial knowledge of grammatical rules ;' and this 'something else' his grammar helps the student to. ' Simple but necessary forms and rules...
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