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A Beginner's Guide to Tajiki [electronic resource]

Azim Baizoyev and John Hayward
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2004.
Edition
1st ed
Language
English
Tajik (also in)
ISBN
0415315972, 0415315980 (pbk.)
Contents
  • The Tajiki alphabet
  • Forms of address
  • Personal pronouns
  • The inflectional suffix "Izofat"
  • Possessive determiners
  • Pronominal suffixes
  • The copula
  • Family
  • Present-future tense
  • The conjunction
  • Education professions
  • Plural forms of nouns
  • House, courtyard, garden
  • Prepositions
  • The direct object marker
  • Imperatives
  • Indefinite nouns
  • Infinitives
  • Simple past tense
  • Time, seasons, weather
  • Numbers
  • Countries, nationalities, languages
  • Descriptive past
  • Comparatives and superlatives
  • Derivational suffixes
  • Parts of the body
  • Compound verbs
  • Active and passive verbs
  • Absolute future tense
  • The city, the street
  • The past participle
  • Present continuous tense
  • Modal verbs
  • Market
  • The conditional mood use
  • At the shop
  • Narrative past tense
  • Past perfect tense
  • At the restaurant, cafe, and tea-house
  • More compound verbs
  • Pronouns
  • In the hotel
  • Complex sentences : conjunctions
  • "Fundamental" and "causal" verbs
  • At the office, on the telephone
  • Exclamations and words of emotion
  • Free time, visiting as a guest
  • Subordinate clauses of time
  • The past continuous tense
  • At the doctor's
  • Folk medicine
  • Subordinate clauses of cause
  • Subordinate clauses of purpose
  • Subordinate clauses of condition
  • Animals
  • Subordinate clauses of quantity and degree
  • Subordinate clauses of concession
  • Holidays, celebrations, ceremonies
  • Subordinate clauses of location
  • Multiple complex sentences
  • Law politics
  • International relations
  • Verbal adverb
  • Direct and indirect speech
  • Tourism nature
  • Word construction
  • Descriptive use of present-future tense.
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