By J. Csink
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Extra info for A complete practical grammar of the Hungarian language; with exercises, selections from the best authors, and vocabularies, to which is added a Historical sketch of Hungarian literature
Have received My its (a) gave book I have carried a learn with pleasure. learns out of (a) book. (a) letter my from book to my son has given flowers to my father. her to elder We uncle. have received flowers from our gardener. dener's You go into the garden. for a present (adott) asztal- Our younger gar- «i§tor. 40 He has put on the The went (ment) ther (vetteni) on the (tette) it table. horse (a) mj (some) for (lovat) The book table. letter is at flowers. two for is*) Mj bro- fathers. bought I (kH hundred sziis) guineas.
Vdmi-fogok vdrmi vdm wait. ; — A^ nak. fog. Mi I shall wait, fiuk tanulni fognak. Szedni fogunk. Az atya A^ Az 16 fut. Soldiers Te were The boys will walk. You will and we also will play, We Thou They were Az also dllat elt. They The will shall girls We seest. do walk We did play. We I shall I shall write. The boy and is sitting knit. Girls shall look. see. fight. and the daughter sit, sit. did People will run. did take a walk. You You have will seen. looking. B. Definite The ledny varni 6 tanulni fog.
Beteg jo tanulok lesziink. You will be diligent. They Thou art naughty. The boy should be rich. would be naughty. The would be good. ready. The brave. Nelson was Britania tavasz szep volt. atydm is soldier great. is America (a) is be shall soldiers will be England soldier. (A) friend blics are rare. The brave. (a) We are good. girls is republic. small. Repu- faithful. is II. PossesisiTe forms of tlte l^ubstaiitiTe* A. Tlie object possessed is but one. Ruhd-m my his and her ruhd-d dress, dress. — Ruhd-nk thy dress, ruhd-ja our dress, riihd-tok your dress, ruhd-Jok their dress.
A complete practical grammar of the Hungarian language; with exercises, selections from the best authors, and vocabularies, to which is added a Historical sketch of Hungarian literature by J. Csink