By Jagdish Dave
Colloquial Gujarati offers a step by step path in Gujarati because it is written and spoken this present day. Combining a hassle-free procedure with an intensive remedy of the language, it equips rookies with the basic abilities had to converse optimistically and successfully in Gujarati in a huge diversity of events. No past wisdom of the language is required.
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13) i. Korwa gur^er Juang gurji'd 'fly' ii. Korwa kosoria Korku kosiyz 'rice-beer' 16 The Munda language family Certain varieties of South Munda Gutob reflect heavy phonological influence from Dravidian (Gadaba). Thus, one finds forms like the following in this Dravidianized Gutob/Gadba. (14) Dravidianized Gadba (Gutob) (Subba Rao & Patnaik 1992) tugo:lu 'yesterday' for tugol isa:lu 'skin' for isal/usal Here there is a lengthened penultimate syllable (the original stressed syllable), lack of the open ο and a word-final -u.
The recipient of 'give' or 'tell to' or a Beneficiary, is present, their referent properties were overtly indexed in the verb, frequently with an additional APPLICATIVE/BENEFACTIVE affix present. (105) i. Errja Korwa jiaw-a:-ir} seek-BEN-1 'seek for me' (Grierson 1906: 163) ii. ErrjaJCorwa kid^a:-wa:-irj-a buy-BEN-1-FlN 'buys for me' (Grierson 1906: 166) (106) i. Mundari seta=ji om-a-ko-ken-a ii. Mundari seta-ko=ji om-ke-d-ko-a dog=l give-BEN-PL-ASP:ITR-FIN dog-PL=l give-ASP-TR-3PL-FIN Ί gave the dog for them' (Osada 1992: 94) Ί gave the dogs (to somebody)' (Osada 1992: 94) iii.
While each individual Munda language makes use of a range of case suffixes, there are certain formal elements occurring with particular functions across various sub-groups of the Munda language family. These include -te with functions clustering around the notions of instrumental, sociative, comitative, etc. , in Juang or Kherwarian languages), or fused into a larger, complex, and historically secondary case form (possibly reflecting an original fusing of a case-marked relational noun structure as is found in Burushaski (Anderson in press)), for example in Sora or Gta?.