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abhi achchha admi Agar Agar wuh aisa alif aorist tense apne bahut bari become bhai bimar Bithai gai cause chahiye chala clothes daure daurta dekha dekhe dekhi dena diya feminine fern formed garmi gaya ghar ghora ghore hazir hiia Hindustani hoga hoge hogi hona honge hongi honour horse hota hota tha hote hoti hukm inflected jaega jana jati kabhi kaha kahin kapre karna kaun khana khayal kisi kiya kuchh kutte lekin LESSON letter liye Main bithaya jata Main daurta masc Mujhe nahin nahin hain nahm nouns past participle past tense Perfect Tense pesh pluperfect tense Plur plural present rupees SABAQ sentence servant Shayad Sing taklif taraf tarah Thou Tumhare Urdu vowel wahan waqt word yahan yesterday yih bat zabar ziyada
Page 13 - I shall or will be, thou shalt or wilt be, he shall or will be.
Page 62 - I ran — thou rannest — he ran. We ran — you ran — they ran.
Page 40 - The first person takes precedence of the second, and the second of the third.
Page 13 - I may be thou mayst be he may be we may be you may be they may be PERFECT. <./(' io sia aid tu that I may have been, S;e. let us be be or be you let them be IMPERFECT. ch...
Page 36 - I have become. Thou hast become. He has become. We have become. You have become. They have become. I have only (or in fact) just recovered from sickness.
Page 66 - I saw, thou sawest, he saw, — we saw, you saw, they saw.
Page 46 - They had, &c. If he were to come here now (at this time), it would be well. If he were to fight with me now, I should beat him well. If he had abused (given abuse to) his superior officer, he would have been well punished. If I had had a gun, I should certainly have shot the kite.