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By Lingum Letchmajee, George Abraham Sir Grierson 1851-1941, J M Descombes

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IMPERATIVE MOOD. 2nd Person, gi-d gi'dtu. Indefinite relative participle, gi-dni. Past relative participle, It now remains to notice here that the personal terminations are some- times found affixed to the past dnu gi-dti. verbal participle of this conjugation gya-t, I do or will do; inu gyd-di, thou doest or wilst do. ; as, Kui Grammar. 32 IRREGULAR VERBS. The verbs and manbat salha, to go ; piiyiba^ to know to he, to remain, are irregular. ; venha, Salba INDICATIVE MOOD. is to hear ; iinha, to eat conjugated as follows : Irregular Verbs.

Singular. Ist Person, kdnu. kdmu. k&du, 2nd „ kadi. 3rd „ kanju. kdru. kdri. kiwi. Fern. , Thus, dnu giivd-kdnu, pray, let me do, corresponding to the Latin, uiinam faciam. The following tion of doing affixes added what the root to the root signifies : of any verb express an inten- Conditional Sentences. 39 Thus, dnu emba gi-kdte, I went there with the intention of doing Of this there is The corresponding to the Latin root ku^^ any verb infinitive of is used is with expressed in the is the do what the thus, dnu ehengi giwa kute, I did not wish to do ; Condition or contingency first nolle^ to express the unwillingness of the actor to principal verb signifies the € of the (it).

2nd inu fwp-di. „ be 3td e-n Thou wilt 2Ld ,, inu mw-^j. , ^'-2/"< mH-niiru, e-tn' ". TEivSS. dmu mu-tamu, eould^. 2nd ,, 'tru rfy»p-ttru. , t-aru mu-i^ru, it irill mu^nUf Tkey (£em. ) will be able. Igt Person, mu'te. She or They be able. ntu-ti, I could. Thou You rrw mn^diru, able. PAST anu „ 2iid able. '- let Pensorn, shall able. rnU'mnju, He will be able. e-anja ;, We u r/iu-n

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