By Jeanne Marie Neumann; Hans H. Ørberg;
This name presents a working outline/commentary at the Latin grammar lined in ebook 1 of Lingua Latina (Familia Romana), and comprises the whole textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary. It additionally replaces the scholar advisor, Latine Disco. The ebook is designed specifically for students who procedure Lingua Latina at an sped up velocity. The Exercitia should be used as an extra resource of routines.
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To compulgive by sion-incur debt- Atchu as in The consonant in this root, which agrees with the first of the second series of consonants, iir the Sanscrit alphabet, is pronounced tsa and cha and ta, in Telugu cfia in Can. tha, cha, and ja in Tarn. according, ; as it is or final medial, single or double. be to Anju fear Antu to touch adhere - - stick or anoint the Antu to - alarmed - Anju as in Can. frighten. join - Antu stick - to join approach together* This root, spelt letters in the three head.
Extends to root, scarcely but poccam in Tarn. this meaning, nor is it use. made enable a comparison to be with and each the superior dialects of the southern the Sanscrit, the following versions of they are necessarily in verse as this is of with other, languages an English sentence have been made ; with the preceding observations, the'appropriate style of the three dialects and, and will sffiuciently establish the positions t maintained the at commencement 3456 notej relative to the affiliation of the Telugu.
Hanavannu djiarisuttdne. TAMIL. 9 4 _. 1 2 , , 5 8 , Arivalla manaden adaccattaccdga vedatteiyun deramattuccdgu, adacatteiyvjn wattle12 11 7 10 3 derumatteiyum ddnattuccdgavum bogattaccdgavum danatteiyung cdckirdn. cdga, CONSTRUCTION OF THE SANSCRIT. 1 a noun sub. neu. in the 4th or governed by the following verb. 3 dative case. the or nom. 5, 6, 7 and 8 the same as 1 and . it is ; this 2 10 the same 4 sing. noun respectively- word medjidvi, has the actually, a substantive. the same in third person governing the several accusatives in the sentence.