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Introductory Grammar of Urdu

Introductory Grammar of Urdu
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Item Code: IDI682
Author: Ravinder Gargesh and Chander Shekhar
Publisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language
Edition: 2001
Pages: 219
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.3" X 5.4
Foreword

The National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language (NCPUL), an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Government of India, has been set up to promote, develop and propagate Urdu language. The Council is also responsible for taking appropriate action for making available in Urdu language, the knowledge of scientific and technological development as well as knowledge of ideas, evolved in the modern context. To meet the above objectives the Council has decided to launch a Certificate Course for learning Urdu through the distance mode. The learning material has been specially prepared by a team of experts drawn from different Universities and Institutions as well as the in house experts. The material was discussed and scrutinized by the committee members under the supervision of Prof. Gopi Chand Narang. It is hoped that teaching through distance mode will meet the wide spread demand for the leaning of Urdu.

The present book has been written by Prof. Ravinder Gargesh and Dr. Chander Shekhar of the University of Delhi. There are many approaches to discuss the structure of a language. The committee's effort has been to present the book in as simple a form as possible. Thus every effort was made to keep the use of technical terms to the bare minimum and to adopt an approach which is simple and easily graspable.

I hope that the book will meet the requirements for which it has been prepared and the students of Urdu will find it of great value.

CONTENTS
Block I9
Unite I Sentence Structure of Urdu10
Unit 2 Noun Phrase17
Unit 3 Verb Phrase22
Block II29
Unit 1 Nouns30
Unit 2 Pronouns46
Unit 3 Adjectives62
Unit 4 Numerals75
Block III83
Unit 1 Present, Past (simple, continues and habitual) subjunctive and future tense forms84
Unit 2 The perfective verb forms96
Unit 3 Verb forms in conditional, presumptive, imperative, impersonal sentences and modals 105
Unit 4 Transitive, intransitive, derived transitive and causative forms115
Block IV126
Unit 1 Postpositions127
Unit 2 Passive constructions142
Unit 3 Simple, compound and conjunct verbs147
Unit 4 Adverbs153
Block V165
Unit 1 Sentence Patterns of Urdu-I166
Unit 2 Sentence Patterns of Urdu-II174
Unit 3 Compound Sentences186
Unit 4 Complex Sentences197
Glossary210

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