A Grammar of Afrikaans

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Walter de Gruyter, 1993 - Foreign Language Study - 497 pages
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Contents

Abbreviations i
1
Spelling
36
Articles
56
Nouns
69
Pronouns
123
Adjectives
163
Adverbs
191
Verbs
217
Prepositions
330
Word order
362
Negation
401
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414
Numerals
420
Word formation
435
Texts
451
Letter writing
470

Conjunctions
300
Interrogatives
314
Glossary
479
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