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152 Lesson XXXV. XXXVI. them. 14. By tasteful, well-composed poems ye may attain glory in the ten regions of the world (feu). 15. Çakuntalā, mayest thoa get (imv.) a husband worthy-of-thee. 16. My-two-brothers deter- mined to travel to Benares. 17. May the king's-sword bring grief to (5, imv. or opt.) the hearts-of-the-wives-of-bis-enemies. 18. Clouds cover the sky. 19. Let the doorkeeper close the door. Lesson XXXVI. 392. Verbs. Class IV. B. u-class. The few roots (only six) of this sub-class end already in 7 – except one, an, of consid- erable irregularity — and so add only 3 as class-sign. The in- flection is quite that of the nu-class, the 3 being gunated in the strong forms, and dropped (optionally, but in fact nearly always) before a and Ħ of Ist dual and plural. | 393. Thus तन्, ‘stretch', makes तनोमि, तनोषि, etc.; 1st du. तन्वस (or तनुवस्), 1st pl. तन्मस् (or तनुमस्); mid. तन्वे, तन्वहे. तन्महे, etc. - all like a vowel-root of the nu-class. 394. The root lक, ‘make', makes the strong stem करो, weak कुरु; the class-sign उ is always dropped before व and म् in 1st du. and 1st pl., and also before y of the opt. active. Thus: Indicative. Active. Middle. 1. करोमि कुर्वस कुर्मस् कुर्वे कुर्वहे। कुर्महे 2. करोषि कुरुथ करुथ कुपे कुर्वीथे कुरुक्षे 3. करोति कुरुतस् कुर्वन्ति कुरुते कुर्वीते कुर्वते Imperfect. 1. अकरवम् अकुर्व अकुर्म अकुर्वि अकुर्वहि अकुर्महि 2. अकरोस् अकुरुतम् अकुरुत । अकुरुथास् अकुर्वीथाम् अकुरुध्वम् 3. अकरोत् अकुरुताम् अकुर्वन् अकुरुत, अकुर्वीताम् अकुर्वत Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®