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ERIC Number: ED010484
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 259
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MARATHI READER.
APTE, MAHADEO L.
THE MARATHI LANGUAGE, SPOKEN IN BOMBAY STATE, INDIA, IS WRITTEN IN THE SCRIPT TRADITIONALLY KNOWN AS THE DEVANAGARI SCRIPT. THE SCRIPT IS SYLLABIC IN NATURE, EACH CHARACTER OR LETTER REPRESENTS A SYLLABLE RATHER THAN A CONSONANT OR A VOWEL ALONE. THE MARATHI ALPHABET IS THE ADOPTION OF THE DEVANAGARI SCRIPT WITH A FEW CHANGES AND INNOVATIONS. A DESCRIPTION AND DISCUSSION OF THE MARATHI ALPHABET IS DIVIDED INTO FIVE PARTS--(1) VOWELS, (2) CONSONANTS, (3) MODIFIERS, (4) CONJUNCTS, AND (5) GENERAL REMARKS. THE READER CONTAINS BASIC VOCABULARY AND NOTES, A SERIES OF EXERCISES, AND A GLOSSARY. (JC)
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Identifiers: INDIA; India (Bombay State)