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Latinate name Sanskrit case By whom what? Whom? What? Who? What? Answers question the means by which action accomplished. indicates immediate destination of action. calling addressing. names the agent subject of the verb. Relation to Verb genitive When? Where? place time where when action takes place. Of whom? Whose? relation of source possession etc. relation is not to verb. From whom what? place from which action begins; also cause motive. indirect object To for whom what? recipient, bene ciary, purpose of action.
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.
For example, `he gives the food to the dog', `he makes a kennel for the dog', `he works for money'. The fth pa~ncam case ending indicates the place from which the action begins. For example, `he walks from the river', `he falls from the tree'. It may also express cause or motive: `out of anger he strikes the boy'. eka-vacana dvi-vacana bahu-vacana prathama narah. narau narah. a? narabhyam naraih. caturth naraya narabhyam narebhyah. pa~ncam narat narabhyam narebhyah. the generic ending is -ena, but this changes to -ena due to internal sandhi.
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