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62 Lesson XIII. XIV. ans the language of the Aryans”: thus answered (impers. pass.) the Brāhmans. 18. By its cleverness' the dove was freed" from the net.? 19. The teacher’girded+both boys with the girdle. 20. When' the scholar's modesty disappeared, then the law was offended against. 21. W bence' did ye get*(TH) the white "cows? 22. The whole earth was ruled by the grearking 23. for prosperity '(dat.) we took refuge with the king (9-43). 24. Two'law-books were com- posed by Vişņu. 25. The milk' of the black cow’is drunk by both ez children of Lesson XIV. 193. Verbs, a-conjugation. Present Imperative Active. The inflection of this mode is as follows: Sing. Dual. Plural. 1. ta vádāni ata vádāva TOTA vádāma 2. a7 ráda | वदतम् :ddatan वदत ०ddata 3. वदतु 'ddotu वदताम् ०ddatam वदन्तु ०ddantu 194. The three first persons are properly subjunctive forms, aud accordingly often express a wish or future action. 195. The second and third persons of the imperative express oftenest a command; sometimes a wish or future action. The negative used with the imv. is HT. MĄ 196. A rare imv. form, either 2nd or 3rd pers. sing. (or plur.), is made with the ending ata; thus, Haaia. Its value is that of a posterior or future imv. (like the Latin forms in to and tote). 197. Root-words in giù, inflected like y f., earth'. exemplified in the exercises, no further indication need be made, except in special instances, of the position of the words in the Sanskrit. Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®