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Tuesday, 29 December 2020

Gujarati Vyakaran Pdf File 2021



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Gujarati vyakaran pdf download free 2021 {working}: Grammar – The science in which the pure form of words and the rules of use are represented is called grammar. The word grammar (vi + aa + karana) means ‘to understand well’. And the views of others you can clearly understand.

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સાચી જોડણી લાગે વહાલીડાઉનલોડ
ગુજરાતી વ્યાકરણડાઉનલોડ
વ્યાકરણ પરિચયડાઉનલોડ
ગુજરાતી કહેવતોડાઉનલોડ
ભાષા સૌંદર્યડાઉનલોડ
વર્ણ વ્યવસ્થાડાઉનલોડ
ગુજરાતી અંગ્રેજી ડીક્ષનરીડાઉનલોડ

 

Sparsh – Consonants which are pronounced by the tongue on many parts of the mouth are called sparsh consonants.

Consonants – Consonants in which the tongue comes very close to the place of pronunciation are called consonants; Being located between vowels and consonants, they are called endogenous consonants. They are also called semi-vowel and semi-consonant.

Pronunciation and pronunciation


Components – The components from which pronunciation is made are called pronouns or pronunciation components.

The place or pronunciation of Hindi consonants


1. Osthya or Duyosthya – which is pronounced in both the lips. P, F, B, V, Mv, Osthya and Duyosthya are consonants.


2. Toothpaste – which is pronounced with the upper teeth and the lower lip. There are F and Dantoshthya dishes in Hindi.

3. Dental – which is pronounced with the tip of the tongue and the upper teeth. In Hindi, there are d, th, du, th dental dishes.


4. Vatyai – which is pronounced from Vatrya. There are N, R, Lu, S, Jvatrya consonants in Hindi.


5. Palate or hard palate – which is pronounced with hard palate. In Hindi, f, g, j, zhu, j, y, are palatal consonants


6. Murdhanya – which is pronounced from Murtha. In Sanskrit, T is a consonant and Sh is a consonant. Occurs from the treaty-site of.


7. Soft palate – which is pronounced with a soft palate. In Hindi, a, b, c, d, ng language consonants are soft palate.


8. Linguistic or non-lingual – sounds that are pronounced with the help of the root of the tongue and the non-lingual. Hindi cuisine is like that.


9. Laryngeal mouth – The sound which is pronounced from the larynx mouth. The Hindi sound is laryngeal oriented.

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