Give a brief introduction to Chhattisgarhi grammar.
There is a difference of opinion among scholars regarding the name of Chhattisgarh.
Literally, Chhattisgarh means ‘thirty-six forts’.
The language spoken in Chhattisgarh is Chhattisgarhi language.
The following are the characteristics of the Chhattisgarhi language &Chhattisgarhi grammar
Grammarly in Chhattisgarhi grammar
Chhattisgarhi’s language is grammatically correct.
Any language gets the status of language only when it is grammatically correct.
Chhattisgarhi language is complete from the grammatical point of view.
Spoken in a wide area
Chhattisgarhi language is spoken in a wide area.
Raigarh, Surguja, Koriya, Kawardha, Jashpur, Korba, Mahasamund, Dhamtari, Janjgir, Dantewada, Kanker, Rajnandgaon, Bilaspur, Raipur, Durg, and Bastar districts come in Chhattisgarh regions.
Devanagari script-Chhattisgarhi grammar
Chhattisgarhi language is written in Devanagari script. It is known that the script of Hindi is also Devanagari script.
Simple and understandable-Chhattisgarhi grammar
Chhattisgarhi’s language is simple and understandable.
Determination of Gender in Chhattisgarhi
In Chhattisgarhi ‘gender’ has been distinguished as a grammatical category, which has literal meaning meaning, not sentence importance.
This means that the syntax in Chhattisgarhi is not affected by gender in any way.
Example- Ram Jawat Hay. Sita Javat Hay.
There are 10 vowels and 30 consonants in the Chhattisgarhi language.
The letters Sh, Sh, Tra, Gya, Ksh, R are not used in the general colloquial practice of Chhattisgarhi language.
Like all languages, two words are found in Chhattisgarhi language too (1) Singular (2) Plural Phonetic features (a) In Chhattisgarhi nouns, pronouns have A and sounds respectively, such as-bull-bil, Jain-Jaun. (b) In this there is the omission of sound in the middle of the word, like-boy-boy. (C) It has the nature of change of minor sounds to aspirated sounds, such as Jan-Jhan, and Kachari-Kacheri. (D) In place of ‘S’, ‘Ch’ is found in it, such as Sita-Cheeta, and Saat-Chhat.
(a) To make plural from the singular of a noun, in the ancient form, the suffix is used and in the modern form, the mind suffix is used, such as Laika un-laika mind.
(b) Prepositions are used in the following way. Zero, of karma and society, la, bar. Karan and apadan-le, se. Of the relationship. In the court, mother.
(c) The best male pronoun in the singular – I, oblique – more, and plural – we, humman etc. forms are found.
(d) In the verbs, the present perfect male singular of ‘am’ hadaiva m. Pu. Singular-Havas, Q. Pu. The form of singular Hawai, plural-Havan, Hawai, etc., and past tense in singular Raheu, Rahayu, Rahi, plural Rahen, Raheu, etc. forms are used.
Main dialects- Major dialects of Chhattisgarhi Are Sargujia, Sadri, Korva, Baigani, Binjhwari, Kalanga, Bhulia, Satnami, Kankari, Bilaspur and Halbi