A complete practical grammar of the Hungarian language; with by J. Csink

By J. Csink

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It ours, is Whose garden It is ours. it)? is forms, book)? that the bdtydme). (a brother's but those writings are yours. (that of similar az enyem-et eladtam. book yours (yours that Is of both Numbers are for- of Substantives those like thus: are, are missed. copulatives is and Objective Cases to me and his. yours and the are thine and the horse this to to That you. The house is ours, the meadow is his. The Gelds mine. is III. Afflxe^ relative to place^ directions^ and expreissioiiis of tlie Dative Caise* 1.

Kiinyv-e vagy it Verb is in inter- added to the Thus van-e munirds , a book or 4S learn). My had a teacher of languages. 1 and he gave of languages had a book, me (and that to and she gave he gave). horses (lovait). received a me. to it We — letter. me to My mother had a ring My brother has sold his have said that to you. I teacher it have 2. If the objects possessed mor^ are the affixes of plurality are used and the copulative Verb to is used in the Number Plural as watch, means nekem van dram; well.

Good brother has received (a) fine picture uncle. books for a present. many cannons, and England ships the is us two {ket) Our Queen has a large army, a great extensive, of the Our dear aunt gave its merchants. fleet. The commerce of fleet protects the far-sailing The great ocean separates savages of Australia from the civilized nations of Europe. *) en precedes the substantive konijvem emphasis, see IV. •*) edes, sweet, my book, because of 2. is a common attribute of persons belored to us. 49 2.

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