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A Start in Punjabi

A Start in Punjabi
$16.00
Item Code: NAG513
Author: Henry A. Gleason, Jr. Harjeet Singh Gill
Publisher: Publication Bureau Punjab University
Language: Punjabi Text with English Translation
Edition: 1997
ISBN: 8173803994
Pages: 160
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5inch x 5.5inch
weight of the book: 177 gms
Preface

A start in punjabi is based on detailed analyses of Sound patterns and syntactic structures of Punjabi and American English. It may be used along with its companion volume, a reference grammar of punjabi, where the authors have dwelt upon colloquial as well as cultivated expressions collated from contemporary literature. There is also a chapter on the Gurumukhi writing system. This book was first circulated in the United States in mimeograph form in Hartford Studies in Linguistics, 1963.

 

Contents

 

1 Introduction unaspirated consonants high tone 1
2 Welcome home vowels 10
3 Welcome home consonants(kctp/gjdb),r. 18
4 Dinning consonants (kctp/khchthph), Punjabi and English 25
5 Fruit market single and double consonants, Punjabi and English Present/future 34
6 Seets shop retroflex sounds, pubjabi and english r/d/r, feminine/masculine, counting. 40
7 Market tones, counting 47
8 Directions, hiring a rickshaw r/d/t/n, tones, infinitive, present, future, counting in fractions 52
9 Fruit market reroflex lateral, singular/plural, feminine masculine, positive/negative. 60
10 Golden temple amritsar tones, narrative, present continuous 66
11 A folk tale (of a crow and sparrow) summary of consonants and vowels, ph/f, j/z nasls, tones on different syllables, narrative past tense 72
12 A legend (Guru nanak and mardana) narrative, different forms of past tense, instrumental construcions case forms 80
13 Divali (the festival of lights) the sentence structure, narrative present tense, verb phrases 87
14 Id (an impolrtant muslim festival) narrative present tense, verb phrases 93
15 Lohri (the winter festival of fire) future tense, past tense 102
16 Agriculture use of what where, who, why, emphatic, negative, other forms of questions 111
17 On the farm general dialogue, imperatives, pronouns 118
18 Around the kitchen in village present, past, future commands, requests, suggestions, subordinate clauses 125
19 Vegetable market emphtics, intonation 135
20 Suggestions for further study 144

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