Modern Kashmiri grammar by Omkar N. Koul and Kashi Wali

By Omkar N. Koul and Kashi Wali

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1   18. abl for He went to the market to bring milk.  b. ndr / manz ‘from within’ express the notion of the source. Á Á  19. yi khabar mi:j re:diyo: peth this news got-fs radio from (We) got this news from the radio.   20. abl from / within He came out of the room. ,  21. poss This shirt is from Lucknow. The phrase lakhnavuk can be further reduced into its adjectival counterpart lakhnavi: which also indicates its source. c. , Á  22. abl with Mohan cut the paper with a knife. 3. MORPHOLOGY Á Á    23.

Dat with Aslam sat besides Salim.    76. dat with with outside Mohan came out past beside the wall. r. :r' ‘on all sides’ preceded by the dative suffixes added to the nouns. 1 77. fsg There is a wall around this garden. 1  78. dat on all sides standing The police are standing on all the sides of the bank. 3. 2. 1. Personal Pronouns Pronouns have distinct forms for first, second, and third person. They are inflected for gender, number, and case. There is no gender distinction in the first and second person.

Hbar insult to shrink as if enemy plough poverty to try guide There are only a limited number of three consonant clusters. In all such instances the first consonant is /n/. nzrun ? 3. Word-final Consonant Cluster Word final consonant clusters are less frequent. The first member of the consonant cluster is one of the two nasal consonants /m, n/ or fricatives /s, š /. The second consonant is any of the stops. 5. Syllable Structure Kashmiri has (C)(C)V(C)(C) syllable structure. Vowel initial syllables are found only in the initial position of the words.

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