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Grammar Tutorial ::: Verb Affixes / कृदन्तपद / kRRidantapada

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Verb Forms (कृदन्तपद / kRRidantapada): In chapter 3 we studied तिङतपद (tiN^atapada). We learnt that by adding तिप् (tip) suffix to the verb root we get धातुरुप (dhaaturupa) known as तिङतपद or tiN^atapada. The verb forms representing the tenses and moods of verbs are तिङतपद or tiN^atapada. In this chapter we will study कृदन्तपद (kRRidantapada) meaning words ending with कृत् (kRRit) suffix.

In the following chapters we will study the following verb forms or धातुरुप (dhaaturupa).

  • तुमुन् प्रत्यय (tumun pratyaya)
  • क्त्वाच् प्रत्यय (ktvaach pratyaya)
  • ल्यप् प्रत्यय (lyap pratyaya)
  • ल्युट् प्रत्यय (lyuT pratyaya)
  • क्तवतु प्रत्यय (ktavatu pratyaya)
  • क्त प्रत्यय (kta pratyaya)
  • अनीयर् प्रत्यय (aniiyar pratyaya)
  • तव्यत् प्रत्यय (tavyat pratyaya)
  • यत् प्रत्यय (yat pratyaya)
  • शतृ प्रत्यय (shatRRi pratyaya)
  • शानच् प्रत्यय (shaanach pratyaya)
  • क्तिन् प्रत्यय (ktin pratyaya)
  • घञ्ज् प्रत्यय (ghJNj pratyaya)
  • खल् प्रत्यय (khal pratyaya)

At the end of each chapter Practice Sentences are given using many commonly used nouns and verbs. Studying the Practice Sentences will help building a good vocabulary for day-to-day conversasion in Sanskrit.




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