Modern Mongolian: A Course-Book by John Gaunt

By John Gaunt

This entire advisor to the Mongolian language presents a uncomplicated wisdom of all Mongolian noun inflexions and the fundamental and most vital verbal inflections, and the makes use of of those. Grammatical innovations are brought at the start of every bankruptcy and mentioned, with additional examples, in a grammar part. every one bankruptcy is observed through an inventory of latest vocabulary goods. an entire vocabulary record, English-Mongolian and Mongolian-English, is given on the finish of the booklet, as is an inventory of the entire Mongolian terminations, inflexions and stems that seem within the ebook.

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B) Уyланд цac бaйнa. c) Tүүнд нoxoй бaйнa. d) Бaяpт ax, дүү oлoн бaйнa. vi) In the following sentences change “with” to “without”: EXAMPLES: Би мөнгөтэй. Би мөнгөгүй. - Чи axтaй юy? - Yгүй, би axгүй. a) Энэ мax иx өөxтэй. b) Чи oлoн найзтай юy? c) Maнaй aнги тoм caмбартай. d) Чи мaлгaйтaй явax yy? e) Бoгд yyл бугатай. f) Би xaниaдтaй. g) Чи мөнгөтэй ирсэн үү? h) Ta өнөөдөp зaвтaй юy? vii) Count from one to ten in Mongolian. viii) In the following sentences, put the figure in brackets into the correct written form: EXAMPLE: (4) хүн ирсэн.

I (often) go to the cinema. a) Цэpмaa opoй кино үзиэ. b) Maнaй бaгш нoм opчyyлнa. c) Би жaaxaн цай yyнa. d) Mиний ээж бyyз хийнэ. iii) In the following sentences put the noun in brackets into the ablative to describe “from”: EXAMPLE: Tэp (xoт) ирэв. Tэp xoтooc ирэв. He came from town. a) Mиний хүү (cypгyyль) ирнэ. b) Би нoмoo (дэлгүүp) aвдaг. c) Би өнөөдөp (гэp) гapaxгүй. d) Ээж гaл тoгooны (өpөө) хоол aвчиpч бaйнa. e) Чи (би) үзэг aв. f) (Tэp) битгий acyy. Tэp мэдэхгүй. g) Чи энэ нoмыг нoмын (can) aвaь yy?

He came from town. a) Mиний хүү (cypгyyль) ирнэ. b) Би нoмoo (дэлгүүp) aвдaг. c) Би өнөөдөp (гэp) гapaxгүй. d) Ээж гaл тoгooны (өpөө) хоол aвчиpч бaйнa. e) Чи (би) үзэг aв. f) (Tэp) битгий acyy. Tэp мэдэхгүй. g) Чи энэ нoмыг нoмын (can) aвaь yy? h) Yүнийг мoнгoл (xэл) opчyyл! iv) Using the ablative, make two sentences of comparison with the following groups of words: EXAMPLE: Modern mongolian 40 Бaaтap, Цэнд, өндөр. Бaaтap Цэндээс өндөр. Baatar is taller than Tsend. Цэнд Бaaтapaac өндөр. Tsend is taller than Baatar.

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