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Tenses will in the first Conjugation. NEGATIVE FORM> INDICATIVE MOOD. FUTURE TENSE- SHALL NOT BEAT. I Singular. 1st Person, 23 Kui Grammar. 24 Paradigm of Hoot, meh, to the Second Conjugntion. see. AFFIRMATIVE FORM. INDICATIVE MOOD. FUTURE TENSE. Singular. Isl Plural an" meh-t PersoD, dmu meh-namu (dual, aju meh-na). 2nd 3r(l wu ,, ,, Fern. , e-r'i meh-ne ini meh-deru. e-dru meh-ntru. e-ici meh-nu. PAST TENSE. Plural. Singular. anil 1st Person, meh-t dmu meh-tdmu dju meh-ta). 2nd 3rd 'inti ,, „ Fern.

The foregoing and which these participles following examples will best explain the manner in supply, in construction, the cases of the relative pronouns and the mode in which they must be translated in English by corresponding prepositions. Nom. edni vespa manni krddi, the tiger which has killed sUda mannanju, the * man who Mimma is has seen you. Chinua Kimedi dialect for m'lnge. him ; mimma^ Kui Grammar. 42 Gen. punga siddni mrdnu, the tree of which there are no flowers; kuddu vringini iddu, the house of Dat.

FUTURE TENSE. Singular. 1st Person, dnii Plural. dmu mek-dmu meh-enu (dual, dju meh-asm). 2nd 3rd mu „ „ Fern. , Iru meh-eru. nieh-di e-anju meh-enju e-ri meh-e e-dru me/i-eriu meh-u. e-ivi PAST TENSE. Singular. Plural. 1st Person, anu meh-dte or -dtenu dmu 2nd „ Inu meh-dti Iru meh-ateru. 3rd „ e-anju 'meh-dtenju e-dru meh-dter'i, meh-dtdmu dju meh-dtassu), Fern. Masc, & neut.. e-ri meh-dte e-wi meh-dtu. IMPERATIVE MOOD. 2nd Person, meh-d Indefinite relative participle, meh-aiu^ meh-dm. Past relative participle, meh-dti.

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