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I recommend as a help to the student the excellent Turkish-English Dictionary of Sir J. Redhouse and the valuable Turkish Dictionary of Samy Béy, which latter is the most reliable guide to the student after finishing the First Part of this Grammar. And as a purely Turkish Grammar I recommend that of Mibran Effendi Apigian (Miliri), to which I am much indebted.
1 am much indebted also to Rev. Dr. W. St ClairTisdall, the C. M. S. missionary at Ispahan, Persia, who has carefully revised the MS. and has made valuable suggestions. Himself being a ripe scholar in the language, these have been of great service to me.
I must also express my sincere thanks to Dr. J. Wright, of Oxford, for the kindness and care with which he has looked over the proofs of this work.
V. H. Hagopian. Anatolia College, Merzifoun (Marsovan), Turkey.
A List of Books indispensable to the Student
of the Turkish Language. Redhouse's Turkish-English Lexicon
25/— W. W. Peet: Bible House, Constantinople. Samy Béy's Turkish Dictionary (Qamousou Tûrki)
81 Mihri's Larger Turkish Grammar (Moutavvél Sarf).
1/Turkish Reader: 1, 2, 3 parts (Talimi Qra" at) .
21Turkish Reader: With Nésikh and Rîqa (Réhbéri Qra"at) -18 Turkish Reader: With 6 different characters (Qra”at Hojasî) – 8 Penmanship Master (Yazî Hojasi)
4 Blanks for Penmanship (Réhbéri Sûbian, by Mihri) 1, 2, 3 parts 12
Library Téféyyûz, 36 Grand Rue de la Sublime Porte,
3. Ordinal numbers
4. Distributive numerals
The Ottoman-Turkish Calendar
Degrees of Comparison
Nouns with Prepositions.
The Substantive Verb (continued)
Reading Exercise: The Story of the
Cat and the Camel
1. Oqoutmaq, 2. Yazdarmaq, 3. Ichir-
mék, 4. Taranmaq, 5. Yazîlmaq, 6. Géo-
19 Reading Exercise: Franklin's Prin-
ciples, a :
and Praise .