Exercise: Lesson 23
Consult transliteration table
I. Write the past, present and future
tense forms of the AJP for the following verb roots:
II. Write the "future" participial noun
as indicated for the following verb roots:
a. ÂÄ¯ (W)
b. ÇÙ¹ (W)
c. ´ÕÙ¹ (S)
d. ¾Ôì (W)
e. ×»ÀÕ (W)
f. ¶Ô¤½Õà (W)
g. ½Ô¯ (S)
h. ¼¹ (S)
III. Write the following sentences in
a. ÂÕç£ä (W) [masc.sing.]
b. ×¶² (W) [non-rational sing.]
c. Ø¿Ô¶Õ (S) [fem.sing.]
d. ÂÕê (W) [rational pl.]
e. ½ÕÜ (S) [non-rational sing.]
f. Ø½ß (W) [masc.sing.]
g. Ø½Ô (W) [non-rational sing.]
h. ¼ÕÙÆ (S) [rational pl.]
1. The "number" of the sand (which is) at the
seashore is very great.
2. People who study Tamil should go to
Tamilnadu. (use participial noun)
3. Poets who praise kings receive money.
4. The people in this town can speak (in) both
Tamil and Malayalam. (Use a participial noun.)
5. The man who does this work must be clever.
(use a participial noun.)
6. As soon as Panji saw the sorcerer she ran
into her house.
7. Even if you curse me, I won't marry you.
8. Even if you go to see the temple, the
people who work there (part. noun) won't let you go inside.
9. I have come from Madurai.
10. The king has given all his money to poets.