A simplified grammar of the Ottoman-Turkish language

A simplified grammar of the Ottoman-Turkish language

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00 oo S 00 o o OTTOMAN LANGUAGE-TURKISH W.J. REDHOUSE - ' AJv_S3w~ r TRUBNER'S COLLECTION or GRAMMARSSIMPLIFIED OF THE PRINCIPAL LANGUAGES.ASIATIC AND EUROPEAN EDITED BT PH.D.RELNHOLD ROST, LL.D., IX. TUKKISH.OTTOMAN J. W. REDHOUSE.BY GRAMMARS OF THEOF SIMPLIFIEDTRUBNER'S COLLECTION ASIATIC AND EUROPEAN LANGUAGES.PRINCIPAL BY REINHOLD Pn.D.EDITED LL.D.,ROST, V. MODERN GREEK.PERSIAN,HINDUSTANI, BY E. M. M.A.GELDAET,AND ARABIC. Price 2s. Qd. BY THE LATE M.A.E. H. PALMER, VI. Price 5s. ROUMANIAN. BY R. TOECEANTJ. II. Price 5s. HUNGARIAN. VII. BY I. SlNGEE. TIBETAN. Price 4s. 6d. BY H. A. JASCHKE. Price 5s. III. VIII.BASQUE. DANISH.BY W.VAN EYS. BY E. C. OTTE. Price 3s. 6d. Price 3s. 6d. IV. IX. MALAGASY. OTTOMAN TURKISH. BY G. W. PABKEE. BY J. W. REDHOUSE. Price 5s. Price 10s. 6d. Grammars the are in :of following preparation Albanese, Bohemian, Burmese,Anglo-Saxon, Assyrian, Bulgarian, andChinese, Gaelic, Dutch, Hebrew,Cymric Egyptian, Finnish, Kurdish, Pali, Polish, Russian, Sanskrit, Siamese,Malay, Serbian, &c.Singhalese, Swedish, &c., &c., LONDON: TRUBNER & LUDGATE HILL.CO., A SIMPLIFIED GRAMMAR OP THE LANGUAGE.OTTOMAN-TUEKISH BY J. W. M.K.A.S.,REDHOUSE, MBMBEB OB THB BOYAL BOCIBTT OP LITEBATUBEHON. LONDON : & LUDGATE PULL.TRUBNEK CO., 1884. [All rights reserved.] BYSEEN PREi 2JAN DATE LONDON : GILBEET AND EIVINOTON, LIMITED, BT. JOHN'S CLEEKENWELL EOAD.SQUARE, TABLE OF CONTENTS. . ixPreface . . . xiiNote on of AlphabetsIdentity I.CHAPTER LETTERS AND ORTHOGRAPHY.

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OTTOMAN LANGUAGE-TURKISH
W.J. REDHOUSE- ' AJv_S3w~rTRUBNER'S COLLECTION
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GRAMMARSSIMPLIFIED
OF THE PRINCIPAL
LANGUAGES.ASIATIC AND EUROPEAN
EDITED BT
PH.D.RELNHOLD ROST, LL.D.,
IX.
TUKKISH.OTTOMAN
J. W. REDHOUSE.BYGRAMMARS OF THEOF SIMPLIFIEDTRUBNER'S COLLECTION
ASIATIC AND EUROPEAN LANGUAGES.PRINCIPAL
BY REINHOLD Pn.D.EDITED LL.D.,ROST,
V.
MODERN GREEK.PERSIAN,HINDUSTANI,
BY E. M. M.A.GELDAET,AND ARABIC.
Price 2s. Qd.
BY THE LATE
M.A.E. H. PALMER, VI.
Price 5s. ROUMANIAN.
BY R. TOECEANTJ.
II. Price 5s.
HUNGARIAN.
VII.
BY I. SlNGEE.
TIBETAN.
Price 4s. 6d.
BY H. A. JASCHKE.
Price 5s.
III.
VIII.BASQUE.
DANISH.BY W.VAN EYS.
BY E. C. OTTE.
Price 3s. 6d.
Price 3s. 6d.
IV.
IX.
MALAGASY. OTTOMAN TURKISH.
BY G. W. PABKEE. BY J. W. REDHOUSE.
Price 5s. Price 10s. 6d.
Grammars the are in :of following preparation
Albanese, Bohemian, Burmese,Anglo-Saxon, Assyrian, Bulgarian,
andChinese, Gaelic, Dutch, Hebrew,Cymric Egyptian, Finnish,
Kurdish, Pali, Polish, Russian, Sanskrit, Siamese,Malay, Serbian,
&c.Singhalese, Swedish, &c., &c.,
LONDON: TRUBNER & LUDGATE HILL.CO.,A
SIMPLIFIED GRAMMAR
OP THE
LANGUAGE.OTTOMAN-TUEKISH
BY
J. W. M.K.A.S.,REDHOUSE,
MBMBEB OB THB BOYAL BOCIBTT OP LITEBATUBEHON.
LONDON :
& LUDGATE PULL.TRUBNEK CO.,
1884.
[All rights reserved.]BYSEEN
PREi
2JAN
DATE
LONDON :
GILBEET AND EIVINOTON, LIMITED,
BT. JOHN'S CLEEKENWELL EOAD.SQUARE,TABLE OF CONTENTS.
. ixPreface . . .
xiiNote on of AlphabetsIdentity
I.CHAPTER
LETTERS AND ORTHOGRAPHY.
Names ofSECTION I. andNumber, Forms,Order,
Letters 1......
of and LatinArabic, Greek,Synopsis
Letters 4
II. Phonetic Values of Letters, Vowel-Points,
Transliteration,Orthographic Signs,
. . . . 15Ottoman Euphony
CHAPTER II.
OTTOMAN ACCIDENCE.
SECTION I. Nouns Substantive 51
II. Nouns . . . . 68Adjective
Numerals ...... 74III.
IV. Pronouns 82TABLE OF CONTENTS.vi
PAGE
V. DemonstrativesSECTION
. .VI. Interrogatives
.90Pronouns .VII. Relative
,,
92of Verbs ...VIII.Derivation
94.(Table)
of Verbs Moods TensesIX. ; ;;Conjugation
. 99Verbal Nouns Gerunds
;Participles ;
. . 115Numbers and Persons . .X.
of Verbs . .119XI. Complex Categories
120
.XII. First Complex Category
125
.XIII. Second
129XIV. Third
. 133
.XV. Combined (Turkish) Conjugation
. 135andXVI. Impotential ConjugationsNegative
Facile . 141and VerbsXVII. Dubitative, Potential,
144Verb SubstantiveXVIII.
and ExistenceXIX. Verbs ofPresence Absence,
Non-Existence .... 147and
148VerbsXX. Compound
. 151VerbsXXI. ;,, Interrogative Interrogation
. . . 154AdverbialXXII. Expressions
.... .150XXIII. Prepositions
156
. . .XXIV. Conjunctions .157XXV. Interjections