By Lingum Letchmajee, George Abraham Sir Grierson 1851-1941, J M Descombes
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Innadiki lodtenju, is all we adverbs in call the cases of nouns. of very extensive use in the language; as, did he come ? particle ni is used to express emphasis The adverbs; to-day; rm, yesterday; the day before yesterday, which : its most common use is with emha-ne massenju, he was in the very same place. as, Gapsi koksi meBina more ' or less' ; dind quickly; idere gienu, hereafter I shall not do di'nd, always; snlmu, ut/e go vjene inu nedtl, truly thou art ; a good man. o and above; nede^ below; kuitii and some others require the preceding noun to be manne, it is of, as, the middle; erdni smdo seems to be a composition of used in cases such as the following: madde-tdri, of the middle one mrdnu, the ; above that.
But two conjunctions —enga, and ge, but. seem to be There The particle gina (let us do) is added to the end of the concluding verb ddhonga sidite sasseka, ; of a sentence in order to give it thou do (it) ? sajjigo, will an interrogative turn; A milder interrogative is you go ? (as an invitation) as, luu gidi gina^ wilt formed by suffixing ; inu wddigo, will go, as in you come ? , don't forget to come. When lish, adding told a speaker relates what another has said, he does not, as in Eng- use the infinitive mood, but repeats the words of the original fpeaker, inji (the me literally, to go present verbal participle of the verb would be rendered go thou, saying, he said.
Cut. dnu at-sidenUf I do not become. dnu gipki-sidenu, I do not do. The imperfect tense is formed by compounding the present with the past tense of manba, to be. Gumsur, but not Cbinna Kimedi, the ma of in compound becomes one word. , and the whole Thus instead of gipki-maBsSy we have gipkme. Gumsur as follows: I was doing. therefore conjugated in is Plural. Singular. 1st Person, dnu gipkme dmu 2nd inu gipJtissi iru gipkisseru. e-anju gipkissenju e-dru gipkisseru. 3rd ), „ Maso Fem. , e-ivi gipkiesu.
An introduction to the grammar of the Kui or Kandh language by Lingum Letchmajee, George Abraham Sir Grierson 1851-1941, J M Descombes