Advanced Hindi grammar
Center for South Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Apr 30, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 307 pages
"A follow-up to Introduction to Hindi grammar (1995) and is recommended for second- and third-year Hindi students learning Hindi as a foreign language"--Pref.
10 pages matching Sanskrit in this book
Results 1-3 of 10
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE OBLIQUE INFINITIVE + TT CONSTRUCTION
19 other sections not shown
3TFT 3TTT action adjectival participle adjective and denotes adverbs auxiliary verb causative verbs changes a noun Chapter compound postpositions compound verbal formations compound verbs Conditional clause conditional sentences Conj conjunctive participle convey cooked drink echo pairs English Examples express external agent f^TT following sentences girl go to India Hindi Grammar Hindi speakers imperfective participle India indicate interjections Intr intransitive verb stem Introduction to Hindi invariable masculine singular iterative construction keep main clause main verb main word masculine singular oblique meaning mother Note object oblique infinitive passive voice perfect tenses Persian phrases prefix generally changes progressive tenses pronoun Reduplication reflexive form Reflexive pronouns Sanskrit singular oblique form sleep someone subjunctive form subjunctive mood subordinate clause Substitution drill suffix changes T^TT tomorrow Transform the following transitive Translation exercise verb in bold