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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able to love action active participle adjective Adverbs Aorist Arabic words beautiful Bendeniz benim besh chok Complex Conjugation compound Conditional Mood Conjugation consent razi consonant Constantinople corresponds dakhi dative dddm deyou dour ederim edip eiUdi English etdi etmek evimiz evvel Example expressed father fildn form their plural formed by adding genitive gerund gheldi ghelip gherek ghibi ghiun ghiuzel hast ichin idim indicates Indicative Mood interrogative irsal katl kendi kilindi killed king letter nouns ending oldn oldou olmak olounmak oloup olour omitted optative passive participle Perfect Persian Persian noun piastres plural postpositions pronominal affixes pronounced pronunciation root sometimes syllable tenses third person singular thou Turkish alphabet Turkish language Turks verb end verbal noun vizier vowel write written yazmak yogh zira