A grammar of the Tamil language

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P.R. Hunt, American Mission Press, 1846 - Tamil language - 298 pages
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Contents

Subdivision into five classes uireo or genders
44
Cases of Nouns and Declension
46
Pronouns 52
52
First personal Pronoun
53
Second do
54
Third do
55
Interrogative Pronouns
62
Nouns of Number
63
Some parts of tsisirogi viz eietsrgu CT6Brggii sresreo
64
Indefinite Pronouns 68
68
Formation of Nouns
71
Verbs eSemcTGtTeo Their parts
76
Their three Tenses
77
up 207
79
gyj Qbfcg c 207
84
Imperative Mode
86
Verbal Nouns
93
Negative form of a Verb with Paradigms of Conjuga tion
97
Causal Verbs
106
Two Voices of Verbs hq 37 A peculiar kind of Verbal Nouns eSesrs0uiiprfiffi
112
Derivation and formation of Verbs
113
etTGneo or qualifying words
116
Adjectives
117
SYNTAX
120
General Statement
121
Nominative and its Verb
122
Second or Accusative case
126
Third case or Ablative instrument
128
Fourth or Dative case
129
Fifth or Ablative motion
132
Sixth or Genitive case 233
133
The seventh case or Ablative locative
135
Eighth or Vocative case
136
Present Tense
137
Future Tense
138
Relative Participles 139
139
First and third verbal Participles or Gerund and past Sub junctive with the auxiliary Verbs
142
Second and fourth verbal Participle or future Subjunctive
151
Fifth verbal Participle or Infinitive
152
Construction of verbal nouns ib
154
Use of the Imperative mode
155
S760fei GlSTUJP 6ISIUeU6BT
158
Active Verbs formed with Samscrit Nouns
162
Neuter verbs formed withSpgi iSsdip uQSpsi including the use of syb jsvgi emeussr 63igi
163
The Verbs Ffpio ptfpec c
166
Gnid60so Guso die
167
epgib die
169

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