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Hindustani Grammar

Description This is a text book of grammar of the Hindustani language (A hybrid of Urdu and Hindi) as used by the British army officers and soldiers as well Indian people to communicate with each other before 1947. The script used for speaking and writing for this hybrid language was Urdu. The author of this book of grammar has given a very detailed and systematic description of all the grammatical components of this commonly used language. Each alphabet and word has been written first in Urdu, then in English and then its meaning has been given. After covering every aspect of grammar, valuable exercises have been appended for the students' practice. It is a valuable book for the learners of Hindustani of that period[edit]
Keywords Nouns, Verbs, Direct Form, degree comparison, feminine, Masculine, Numerals, Time, Money, Weights, vocabulary, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001695
Author Kashi Nath
Year 1909
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 25.5
Breadth 16.1
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         144
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