International Sanskrit Examination Resource

Audio and Visual Sanskrit practice

Some nouns and pronouns for IGCSE 2019 (audio, spoken): Introduction  Rama,  Sita,  mitram,(friend)  hari  guru (teacher)  nadi (river)  sah, saa, tat (he, she, it/that)  aham, tvam (I, you)

Some verbs for IGCSE 2019 (audio, spoken): bhavati (he becomes - present tense), abhavat (he became - past), bhavisyati (he will become - future)  vardhate (he grows - present), vardhishyate (he will grow - future), avardhata (he grew - past)  asti (he is - present), asit (he was - past)  

NOTE: labhate 'he finds' use the same endings as vardhate and can be used as extra practice:  labhate, (present)   alabhata, (past)   lapsyate (future) 

VIDEOS:  NEW! Have fun singing the paradigms with short YouTube videos: Visit Sanskrit grammar

Audio versions of the video songs to download:

NOUNS: Rama  Sita  tat  aham and tvam Universal noun endings   

VERBS:  bhavati  vardhate  avardhata vardhishyate hari 

 

 

 


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