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Passive Voice of the Verb: Order of Words in aSentence. 101

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Translation 26.

One day Sultan Ibrahim i Adham was seated at
the door of his palace, and his attendants (had drawn
ranks) were drawn up in line by him. Suddenly a
mendicant with a beggar’s-robe and bowl and stafi',
having arrived from a journey (road), Wished to enter

the palace. The Sultan’s attendants asked him saying
(having enquired from him said), “Where art thou

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