Tas-hil ul Kalām; or, Hindustani made easy

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King, 1873 - 180 pages
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Page 13 - I shall or will be, thou shalt or wilt be, he shall or will be.
Page 6 - I am * Thou art He is We are You are They are Perfect I have been Thou hast been He has been Present Participle Being Indicative Imperfect I was Thou wast He was We...
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.

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