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The Elements of Sanskrit Grammar: A Manual for Beginners - Scholar's Choice ...
James T. Hatfield
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1st class 2nd class 2nd Pret 3rd sing 4th class adjective AFFIXES batot boar chariot conjugated consonant crow crude form Dative declension declined deer Dental Dependent Compounds Descriptive Compounds drink dual ending English Exercise Feminine bases forest formed by substituting give givo Guna Hoot hunter Imperative indeclinable Inserts kill king laugh letter liko ltoot Lucknow Masc masculine Neuter Norn noun numbers olass Passive Voice past participles plur Poten Potential prefixes Pres Present Participles pron Pronoun proper name Prtt radical vowel Rajkumar Reduplicates Relative Compounds river sage Sandhi Sanskrit Grammar Sarasvati Sarvadhikari Second Preterite shine simple roots subjective form Synopsis Tenth Class terminations Thereupon Third Preterite tho root thou tlio tortoise verb latent Verbs of Classes Vocabulary Vocative Vriddhi weep word wounded Write in Sanskrit
Page 3 - The short vowel 41 is regarded as inherent in every consonant, and needs never to be expressed except at the begining of a word, e. д.. ^Ц*)«р, damanalcam. Any other vowel written after a consonant takes the place of inherent ЧИ as in ЗДП «fin«.