A   Practical Grammar of the Turkish Language, as Spoken and Written; With Exercises for Translation Into Turkish, Quotations from Turkish Authors Ill by Charles WellsA   Practical Grammar of the Turkish Language, as Spoken and Written; With Exercises for Translation Into Turkish, Quotations from Turkish Authors Ill by Charles Wells

A Practical Grammar of the Turkish Language, as Spoken and Written; With Exercises for…

byCharles Wells

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...and superlative are formed by putting an before the root of the word and writing a' after the second letter, or rather giving it the vowel a or e after it. Example:--rahm, mercy ( erham, more merciful or most merciful fazl, excellence, virtue J-oil efzal, more excellent or most excellent, more or most virtuous. Or, in other words, it always corresponds to the form ekber (greater, or the greatest). 443. The plural form of these words, when used as nouns, which is most common, is always on the model of JiUl efail. Example:--efzal, most excellent i efazil, most excellent people ekber, greatest jiW ekabir, the aristocracy, the greatest ahsan, most beautiful ) ahasin, the most beautiful. 444. The feminine of these superlatives is always shaped on the model-f of ji-w foula. Example:--Masculine. Feminine. £ ala, the highest Lie ulya, the highest ekber, the greatest cp£ kubra, the greatest. The Noun of Place. 445. Nouns indicating a place or locality where any action takes place are formed in Arabic by putting a, followed by iistun or the sound of a or k, before the root of the verb expressing that action. Thus _-:£ ketb means writing; put a, followed by the sound of e, before it, and you have the word c-sd mekteb, which in Turkish means a school (a place where writing goes on). In Arabic it also means an office. Example:--Root. Noun of place. kharj, going out TJ malrej-an outlet, issue jem, collecting J-f0 mejma, a place where things are collected together, a junction The Noun of Instrument. 449. By prefixing, followed by a kessre, i.e., the sound of i, and by putting a (') or, i.e., the sound of e or a, after the second letter of the root, the name of the instrument is obtained used to perform the action designated by the...
Title:A Practical Grammar of the Turkish Language, as Spoken and Written; With Exercises for…Format:PaperbackDimensions:52 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.11 inPublished:May 5, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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