A Practical Grammar of the Turkish Language, as Spoken and Written: With Exercises for Translation Into Turkish, Quotations from Turkish Authors Illustrating Turkish Syntax and Composition, and Such Rules of the Arabic and Persian Grammars as Have Been Adopted by the Osmanlis, the Pronunciation Being Given in English Letters Throughout
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according action active participle adjective Adverbs Aorist Arabic asking beautiful become called cause changes cº-º coming compound conditional Conjugation consent consent razi corresponds English etmek Example EXERCISE exº expressed father five followed formed by adding four future gerund give hast hundred indicates Indicative Mood interrogative Jºe Jºjº katl killed killed katl kind king language letter literally looked loved means Mood negative never olmak omitted optative origin passive past Perfect Persian plural possessive preceding present pronominal affixes pronounced razi root sent sometimes sound speak taken tenses termination things third person singular thou thousand tree Turkish Turks verb verbal noun vowel walk wish word write written بو راضی قتل وار