By Raimond Doctor
Read or Download A Grammar of Gujarati PDF
Best instruction books
During this enjoyable and groundbreaking ebook, Dr. Paul Pimsleur, writer of the popular Pimsleur procedure, the realm chief in audio-based language studying, exhibits how a person can discover ways to converse a international language. If studying a language in highschool left you bruised, with a feeling that there has been no method you could examine one other language, how one can study a international Language will restoration your feel of wish.
Translated from the German by way of Jonathan Rogers
- Italian Phrases For Dummies
- Dictionary of Chilean Slang: Your Key to Chilean Language and Culture
- Teach Yourself: Indonesian
Extra resources for A Grammar of Gujarati
Examples: uk'-ul (drink-INTRAN), uk'-uk (drink-IRREAL), uk'-u' (drink-SPM); han-al (eat-INTRAN), han-ak (eat-IRREAL); tz'on (shoot), tz 'on-o' (shoot-SPM). 9) [ä] ~ [a] Several verbal morphosyntactic processes involving voice and transitivity show alternations of [ä] and [a]. For one class of verbs with roots of the form CaC, the harmonic suffixes described in 8) (except the SPM) appear as -äC. Examples: k-in-pa'-ik (INC-3-break-PPM), k-u-pa'-äl (INC-3-break-INTRAN), pa '-äk (break-IRREAL), buy im-paa' (1sg-break/SPM).
In the 1960s, Otto Schumann conducted linguistic fieldwork among the Itzá in the Petén. At that time, he reports there were two dialects, one spoken in San Andrés and the other in San José, neighboring towns across the lake from the departmental capital city, Flores. He compiled a slim volume, including a brief ethnography, a grammar, word list, and two short texts of the San José dialect (Schumann 1971) and separately published one other Itzá text (Schumann 1964). More recently, unpublished materials (largely textual) have been collected by a number of scholars, including Pierre Ventur, Ortwin Smailus, and Nikolai Grube.
11:53-4) I in-to'on-ehnak'-a'an-o'on t-u-ni' and EMP-1plIpr-TOP climb-PART-1pl at-3Ppr-top And as for us, we were up at the top a'-witz-eh, DET-hill-TOP of the hill, 5. (17:15-16) Wa tech k-a-kim-il taan-il-eh . . COND 2sgIpr INC-2-die-INTRAN front-POS-TOP If you die first, in-ten k-im-b'el, EMP-1sgIpr INC-1sg-go I am going 6. (15:204-5) layti' a'-miismo k'in he'-lo' 3Ipr DET-same day OST-DIST it was that same day sut-k'-ah-ih-eh. -DIST-3sg-REL that he returned. 7. (1:2)i t-u-ya'al-ah ten . .
A Grammar of Gujarati by Raimond Doctor