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August 31, 2013 / A

Reviewing Book 3

After much delay, a review of book 3. I can recite 3.3 and 3.4 in less time than the others, but only because the rules are considerably shorter on average. In reality, I had to practice with both of these chapters extensively before I could get through them in one pass.

3.1 (6:09)

150 rules on Sanskrit suffixes, including: those used to make derivative verbs, those used to create the present stem, and the “ya” suffix of the future passive participle.

3.2 (6:48)

188 rules on Sanskrit suffixes, including: those used to form upapada compounds, as well as ordinary primary suffixes

3.3 (5:32)

176 rules on a variety of suffixes. If there’s a clear theme, I can’t detect it.

3.4 (3:33)

117 rules on a variety of verb suffixes, including the la suffixes that generate regular verbs.

Next up: 6.1 and 6.3. After that I’ll be roughly caught up.

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