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A Manual for missionaries
and others employed among the Ojebway Indians
by Edward F. Wilson, 1874
Part I. Grammar.
Orthography and Pronounciation
Gender, number, case The three third persons Diminutive ending Derogative ending Table of animate Nouns Table of inanimate Nouns Classification of Nouns Transformation of Nouns into Verbs
The cardinal numbers Numeral affixes The ordinal numbers
The Personal Pronoun The Possessive Pronoun The Demonstrative Pronoun The Indefinite Pronoun The Interrogative Pronouns
The Neuter Verb Notes on the Constraction of Moods, Tenses, Persons, the Negative, Modifications, and the Dubitative Formation of the Participle A list of Neuter Verbs A Comperaive Table, shewing the inflection of all six Paradigms The Verb ezhah, he goes, inflected throughout Modifications of the Neuter Verb The Dubitative. (Neuter.) General Exercises on the Neuter Verb The Transitive Verb List of Paradigms Formation of the Participle Example of Paradigm I. (positive) Example of Paradigm I. (negative) Example of Paradigm I. (passive voice) Example of Paradigm II. Example of Paradigm III. Example of Paradigm IV. Example of Paradigm V. Example of Paradigm VI. Example of Paradigm VII. Example of Paradigm VIII. Exercises on the Transitive Verb Modifications of the Transitive Verb The Dubitative. (Transitive.) Exercises on the Modifications and Dubitative The Impersonal Verb Exercises on the Impersonal Verb Rules for chaging the Power of Verbs A list of Prefixes A list of Endings
Part II. Dialogue and Exercises.
Rules for Composition
Exercises with Parsing
English translated into Indian
I. Salutaions, Weather, &c II. Meal-time III. Health, Age, &c IV. Camping out V. In the Bush VI. Visiting the Indians VII. On the Water VIII. Cultivating the Land IX. Winter X. At School XI. Sunday XII. Conversations on Religion
Prayer for a Sick Person, and the Blessing
2 Corinthians, XIII. 14.
Grace before Meals
How to Write a Letter
How to Make a Speech
Part III. The Dictionary.
English-Ojebway Dictionary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
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