A Grammar of the Puḱh̲to, Puśh̲to, Or Language of the Afg̲h̲āns: In which the Rules are Illustrated by Examples from the Best Writers Both Poetical and Prose Together with Translations from the Articles of War and Remarks on the Language, Literature, and Descent of the Afg̲h̲ān Tribes

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Asian Educational Services, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 204 pages
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE ALPHABET
27
THE PARTS OF SPEECH
5
The Locative
11
The Declensions of Nouns
20
Adrerbs also used in construction to denote similarity
21
اسم تصغير
29
د دا دغه The Proximate Demonstrative Pronouns
36
The Imperfect Tensesix classes
116
The Present Tense with twelve methods of formation
122
Second Future Tensefour forms
128
The Passive Voicefirst form with examples
134
The Imperfect Transitive Verb Jyto do used as an auxiliary with all its moods and tenses
148
The Transitive Infinitive Joss to fill formed from an Adjective by the addition of J Arabic
158
THE SEPARATE PARTICLES
166
Prepositions and Postpositions with examples
171

Analysis and Conjugation of the Auxiliary Verbs Jua and Jyto be or become used
57
The Tenses
81
Intransitive Verbs
82
The Past Tenseanalysis and examples
91
The Doubtful Past Tense
97
The Aorist
103
The Past Tenseten classes
109
The Adjective or Noun of quality
175
Patronymical Adjectives
177
The Past Tenses used as Nouns in some instances
184
Derivative Adjectives
185
Syntax of the Youn
189
APPENDIX
199
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