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This . a. 5. 1. c Practise reading and writing the next ten consonants vya~njana, in Roman script and devanagar . d Translate the following sentences into English: 1. a
svah. am vahati 2. narah. am a
svena gacchati 3. an a
svat labhadhve 4. a
svah. am naraya vahati 5. narah. a
svah. at gacchatah. 6. at naraya nayate e Translate the following sentences into Sanskrit: 1. He goes by horse, 2. You two are leading the horse for the man, 3.  with horses, 4.  go from the tree to the horses, 5.

At gacchati 8. hati ca vadati ca Continued overleaf . . 40 A Practical Sanskrit Introductory e Translate the following sentences into Sanskrit: 1. He is standing on two horses, 2. , 3.  of the two men are standing, 4. , 5. The two horses carry the man to the tree, 6. Oh horse, you are carrying the tree for the man, 7.  from the tree, 8. You two are carrying the man from the tree to the horse. A The symbols for the consonants inherently include a following a vowel, for example ba ba is the symbol for the the consonant b together with a following short hrasva a.

Since the noun endings de ne the relationship to the verb, the word order is not important as contrasted with English where it is, and allows the poet for example, to juggle the word order to t the rules of scansion. Normally however, the verb is found at the end of the sentence, and the subject precedes the object and destination, as in the above example. 5. b Practise pronouncing the rst ten consonants vya~njana, as well as reading and writing them in Roman script and devanagar . c Translate the following sentences into English: 1.

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