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G. v~t~dJ it is not fitting ; N-De)d,1 it is not sufficient . Another corumon example is elidJ it is impossible, from the irregular verb ejAJ become. elAdJ usually occurs with a noun or pronoun in the instr. case, as, e4od UTidJ it is impossible for him (he cannot do it). o3JdJ (from the 2nd conj . verb &P,' be known, know) with the dative : NNA 3MJdJ it is not known to me. dJ be, is very largely taken by parts of a root of the same meaning, 'au' exist, of which only the negative forms are extant ; 'aMd (neg.
Send this article to the master by (means of) the servant. 7. The soldiers will arrive-ate the enemies' city' tomorrow. 8. The merchant desires to sell a cow and a horse to the farmer . 9 . We shall attempt to cultivate" the wet land . 10 . You will make the affair known to them through their friends. 11 . I saw him in the house. 12. Where is the merchant's son? 13. Who is she? 14. Where does she work? 15 . Show the work to him. 16 . Which is the way to the school? 17 . Did you do that work? (b) Vocabulary ojc~J what (interrog.
E , 2JOdcge ? azJ,~i4Jd ~o~Ne ? 8s vzJ~) . 12. 13. ;Jd* rnMJo6 erudJ~~J. 14. eid~J. eod,BB %e9 ; ZS7co~J~J ~p'~o31~d~3s wzaA (a) e,-4 N~c (b) Translate into Kanarese (expressions in italics to be rendered by crude forms) : 1. Water is obtained by (to) fields, wet lands, and gardens from rain, rivers, and tanks. 2. The priest showed the temple of Sarasvati to the Brahman-women. 3.