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Lesson 6.

many?’ and the interrogative adverbs, ‘when?’ ‘where?’,
‘why?’, ‘how?’ will be understood from the examples

followmg:
(a) ‘Which house did you see?’

(b) ‘gazggmy one of them done
a .

(c) ‘How much did you give for
that? (lit. for how much did
you buy that?’)

(d) ‘Hmogi’nany people were pre-

sent.
(e ‘When do on go?’
) ‘Where dig you go?’

9 ‘Where is that hammer?’
(h ‘Why are you weeping?’
(i) ‘How do you do that?

(a) Ifuddm khaneh-ra didid?

(b) Aya hick kuddm {Wu (or
hid! kuddmashan) 7ian kar-
deh ast?

(c) A.an bi-cha’nd khar'i‘did?
(here the bi is generally

omitted in conversation).
(d) Chdnd nafar hazir bfldand?

(e Shumfi hat mi-ravid?
) Edda réft‘i‘d?
(g) in chakush lad?
(h) thra giryeh mi-kunid?
(2') Am (bi-) chm gam- mi-
kunid?

Note that chand, besides its interrogative meaning,
has also the signification of some; as ta’ni' chdnd, ‘some
Wpersons’, — in more modern style ashkhc'ig'i chand or

"" chand mifar.

Words.

Pam-552, day before yesterday.
dfmz, yesterday.

dmrm, to-day.

fdrda, to-morrow. -

firistdd, he sent.

dideh, having seen.
maba'da, lest.

rasfd, it arrived, befell.

pas-fdrda, the day after to- jandb i ‘dli, (the lofty doorstep,

morrow.

gmbb, morning.

kaliigh, a crow.

bt-bint, thou mayest see.

Ichdbar, news, information.

khaibar d171, inform thou.

khdbar hinad he might (may,
should) inform.

ta, in order that.

bi-binam, I may see.

fat, omen.

bt-yabam, I may get.

ydftid, you got.

tamdm, the whole.

nikanjdm, lucky.

Ichpdhad shud, shall become.

dthad, he may give.

panda kdrdeh, having flown.

=) your Honour.
bf-rasad, it may (might, should)
arrive, befall.

filfawr, at once,’ instantly.

baqqdl, fruiterer, een ooer.

damn, shop. gr gr

dukkandfir, shopkeeper.

zabmat, trouble.

bI-kharad, he may (might) buy.

212d, soon, uickl .

(bar) rah anddkht, he (cast him
on the road, =) let him go
his way.

étdb hard, he reproached, found
fault with. I

fubsh, abuse.

siyeisat, government, punish-
ment.

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