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  • John Kelly
    Pali - Every few days - [C290] Warder - Exercise 21 (page 176) English into Pali (Part 4 of 5) Then Jiivaka Komaarabhacca went away to Takkasilaa, atha (kho) /
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      Pali - Every few days - [C290]
      Warder - Exercise 21 (page 176)
      English into Pali (Part 4 of 5)

      Then Jiivaka Komaarabhacca went away to Takkasilaa,
      atha (kho) / jiivako / komaarabhacco / (tena) pakkaami
      / yena / takkasilaa
      atha kho jiivako komaarabhacco yena takkasilaa tena
      pakkaami.

      in due course approached Takkasilaa (and) that doctor,
      (and) having approached said this to that doctor:
      anupubbena / (tena) upasa”nkami / (yena) takkasilaa /
      (yena) vejjo / upasa”nkamitvaa / avoca / etad / ta.m /
      vejja.m
      anupubbena yena takkasilaa, yena vejjo tenupasa”nkami;
      upasa”nkamitvaa ta.m vejja.m etadavoca:

      “O teacher, I wish to learn the profession.” …
      aacariya / aha.m / icchaami / sikkhitu.m / sippa.m
      (iti)
      icchaamaha.m, aacariya, sippa.m sikkhitunti. …

      Then Jiivaka grasped (present tense) much, grasped
      lightly …
      atha (kho) / jiivako / komaarabhacco / ga.nhaati /
      bahu.m (ca) / ga.nhaati / lahu.m (ca)
      atha kho jiivako komaarabhacco bahu~nca ga.nhaati
      lahu~nca ga.nhaati …

      When seven (satta, inflect as pa~nca) years had passed
      Jiivaka thought this:
      (atha kho) / sattanna.m / vassaana.m / accayena /
      jiivakassa / komaarabhaccassa / ahosi / etad
      atha kho jiivakassa komaarabhaccassa sattanna.m
      vassaana.m accayena etadahosi:

      “I indeed grasp much … the end of this profession is
      not discerned, when will the end of this profession be
      discerned?”
      aha.m / kho / ga.nhaami / bahu.m (ca) / … / anto /
      imassa / sippassa / na / pa~n~naayati / kadaa / anto /
      imassa / sippassa / pa~n~naayissati (iti)
      aha.m kho bahu~nca ga.nhaami … nayimassa sippassa anto
      pa~n~naayati. kadaa imassa sippassa anto
      pa~n~naayissatiiti.

      Metta, John
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