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For example: Scripture says desire limits the mind, Scripture, says desire, limits the mind. The basic punctuation marks in English are the comma, semicolon, colon, and full stop, which indicate pauses of increasing length. avirama   to indicate respectively the halfway point and end of a stanza of verse. In prose they are used to indicate the end of a sentence and the end of a paragraph respectively. saka-lin_ ga noun phala `fruit', and the feminine str lin_ ga noun bala `girl'. h saptam eka-vacana phalam he phala phalam phalena phalaya phalat phalasya phale dvi-vacana phale he phale phale phalabhyam phalabhyam phalabhyam phalayoh.

Ca 7. au gacchami ca phalani labhe 8. narah. at balayai vahati 9. at labhete 10. bala narah. am a
svam vahatah. d Translate the following sentences into Sanskrit: 1. The man stands and the girl speaks. 2. You two lead the horse and I take the fruit. 3. The man and the girl go among the trees by horse. 4. We two take the man and the girl from the tree to the horse. 5. . 6. . 7. The horse carries the tree to the girl for the man. 8. The man leads the horse by means of fruit. 9.  to the girls for the man.

Dvit ya balam bale balah. t ya balaya balabhyam balabhih. caturth balayai balabhyam balabhyah. pa~ncam balayah. balabhyam balabhyah. h balayah. balayoh. balanam saptam balayam balayoh. '. u is the most common form, but in the declension of bala it remains as -su. This sandhi rule will be described more fully in a later lesson. 3. h saptam 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. Latinate name Sanskrit case By whom what? Whom? What? Who? What? Answers question the means by which action accomplished.

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