Hindi 102-2003-Review-5

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					                                                                   Hindi 102-2003-Review-5
                                                                              April 24, 2003
                              Elementary Hindi 102
                                 Hindi 102- 2003
                                    Review-5

                              Verb configurations

   1. Transitive Verbs:
      Structure: [ Subject ()     Object ( /  ) Verb (transitive)    Aux]

      Simple Transitive Verbs:
            Verbs: 
            Verbs:
      [ Exceptions: non- verbs:  ]
      Conjunct Transitive Verbs ( N ):
            Verbs: 
           Verbs: 
            Verbs:
      Conjunct Transitive Verbs ( Adj ):
            Verbs:
       
   2. Intransitive Verbs: [ Subject      Verb (Intransitive) Aux]
                              (Subject-Verb agreement)
      Simple Intransitive Verbs:
          
      Conjunct Intransitive Verbs ( N/ Adj  ):
          
             

     3. Indirect Verb Constructions: [ Subject(oblique) ( Object ) Verb         (Aux)
          ]
(No sub- verb agreement; Object- Verb agreement)
Simple Indirect verbs
           
           



      Conjunct Indirect verbs:
          
               
               

   4. Use of the verbs  "to be able to," can" and  "to finish doing
      (something)."  and are used as auxiliary verbs, i.e.

         Subject(direct) Object     Verb(stem)      /           (Aux)
         For example,
         
         I can speak Hindi.
My sister cannot sing.
        
Have you finished eating?/ Have you already
eaten?
I will finish reading this book by
tomorrow.

   5. Conjunctive Participle (constructions):
      After reading the newspaper, I will go to
      the office.
      He finished his work and went home.

     6. Verb Oblique Infinitive + " to begin the action described by the verb"
      For example,
       He began to read Hindi.
After arriving home, she will begin
to cook.




                                                                  Hindi 102-2003-Review-5
                                                                             April 24, 2003
                               Elementary Hindi 102
                                            Worksheet
Translate into Hindi.

Use of 
1.How many languages can you speak? ------------------------------------------------------

2. I will be able to finish this work by tomorrow.--------------------------------------------

3. Can you buy this book for me? Yes, I can.-------------------------------------------------


Use of 
1.We have already seen this Hindi film.------------------------------------------------------

2. Every day by six o'clock she finishes cooking.-------------------------------------------

3.He has already gone home.------------------------------------------------------------------


 Use of conjunctive participle 
1.She was very pleased to have met my parents.-------------------------------------------

2.They washed their hands and began to eat.-----------------------------------------------

3.Having talked to his friends, he went home.---------------------------------------------


Use of Verb oblique infinitive + 
1.After coming home, the children began to play.------------------------------------------

2.They will begin to study about India.-------------------------------------------------------

3. He began to sing with his friends.----------------------------------------------------------

				
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