Author: Gopi Chand NarangTranslator(s)/ Editors(s): M J Warsi / Tahsin SiddiqiPublisher: National Council for Promotion of Urdu LanguageYear: 2002Language: multilingualPages: 111ISBN/UPC (if available): NA
This Exercise book is prepared to accompany URDU: readings in Literary Urdu Prose by Professor Gopi Chand Narang. The text comprises graded selections from literary Urdu prose and excerpts from speeches keeping in view the lexical and stylistic difficulties. It provides learners with an elementary knowledge of Urdu a smooth transition to advanced level introducing features of the cultural tradition.This book explains the major types of grammatical constructions an provides exercises for practice. A brief description of grammatical terms is given at the beginning of each Unit so that the learners are acquainted with grammatical rules while attempting exercises. It is obvious that this is not a comprehensive grammar of Urdu.The book is aimed primarily for learners who feel a need for explicit discussion of basic grammatical features and profit from attempting general exercises.
ForewordPrefaceAcknowledgementsSome Old Tales (Part-1): Gopi Chand NarangNounExerciseSome Old Tales (Part-2): Gopi Chand NarangPossessivesExercisesThe Arabian Nights: Gopi Chand NarangAuxiliariesExercisesTrue Love: Zakir HussainParticiplesExercisesPremchand: Qamar RaisComparative and Superlative degreesExercisesGodan: PremchandReflexive PossessiveExercisesUmrao Jan Ada: Mirza M. Hadi RuswaAdverbial ExpressionsExercisesSir Sayyid Ahmed Khan: Sayyid Ehtisham HusainEmphatic ParticlesExercisesFancy Fair: Muhammad Husain AzadImperativesExercises Maualana Azad in LokSabha: Abul Kalam AzadPresent and past perfect tenseExercises Nam Dev Gardener: Maulavi Abdul HaqSubjunctive ExercisesA Road a Quarter MileLong: Krishan ChanderReduplicationExercisesCelibacy: Mahatma GandhiPronouns and PostpositionsConjunctive particleExercisesCharpoy: Rashid Amad SiddiquiFuture tenseExercisesJawaharlal Nehru: Ale Ahmad SuroorUse of ‘to have’NumeralsExercisesMirza Ghalib: Altaf Husain HaliPronounInfinitive pronounExercisesBagh-o-Bahar: Mir Amman Dehlavi Voice (Active andPassive)Exercise