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Iii) The conventi, . EVIEWS OF SANSKRIT GRAMMARIANS... SOMEVIEWS OF SANSKRIT GI le Instrument (~), The order can be seen here: ). Sometimes the Agent 'e' constructions are the mated to oblique object. the Agent and is made lads a book) and ~: (1 ) ~ (1-4-23) (2) y;cPlql~ dlqlqH'l, I (1-4-24) (3) ~ ~ fI" W'>IqH'l, I. l'f I (7) ~:qmfl (1-4-54) ), Sometimes the Agent cnfu This process can irakas can be demoted (1-4-49) Moreover, there is a special order in the rules of karakas. First of all, Pa(1ini gives a general semantic rule.

Some situation and the ". participants conneci8:d:jo, it is knoWn ;;lSP'roPQsitional meaning. . <' . ". "'. ' .. , INSKRIT GRAMM~RIANS... r The contextual Meaning: The controlled static situation is 'State'. The contextual meaning of an utterance covers a range of various The controlled Dynal information regarding the status of the utterance, the status of the speaker situation is 'Process' and the listener, and the attitudes of the speaker. The Objects: , The syntactic contrast between the Active and the Passive to an extent, reflects discourse functions.

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