The Turkish Interpreter: Or, A New Grammar of the Turkish Language

author, 1842 - 319 pages
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Page 91 - Future 2VHa'.~~~~I shall or will love, thou shall or wilt love, he shall or will love ; We shall or will love, you shall or will love, they shall or will love.
Page 65 - I was not. thou wast not. he was not. we were not. they were not. you were not.
Page 62 - TENSE (If) I were (If) You were (If) He were (If) We were (If) You were (If) They were...
Page 95 - That he might love That we might love That you might love That they might love Compound Tenses.
Page 8 - ... and Political on Poland, Edinburgh, 1823." All vowels are sounded as in French and Italian; and there are no diphthongs, every vowel being pronounced distinctly. The consonants are the same as in English, except w, which is sounded like v, at the beginning of a word ; thus, Warsawa — Varsafa ; in the middle or at the end of a . word it has the sound of f, as in the instance already cited ; and Narew — Nareff.
Page 32 - Ordinal Numbers. The Ordinal Numbers are formed by the addition of the suffix '*. 'om'to the cardinal numbers. Jjl 'awa/"first' and AJ-UJ 'sevvom' 'third

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