Excerpt from A Simple Transliteral Grammar of the Turkish Language: Compiled From Various Sources; With Dialogues and Vocabulary Has been made to dispense with the Oriental char acter altogether, since it is something at least to learn the grammatical architecture of a spoken language, and the ear then becomes a tutor to the eye. The difficulty of representing the Turkish letters could not have been quite overcome with out fuller details; but further study must supply precision, and in the present unassuming sketch the author aims at no credit except that of sim plicity, and to render a small service in the great matter of Justice to Islam.
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