TEXT 76
'vidheya' kahiye tāre, ye vastu ajñāta
'anuvāda' kahi tāre, yei haya jñāta
SYNONYMS
vidheya—the predicate; kahiye—I say; tāre—to him; ye—that; vastu—thing; ajñāta—unknown; anuvāda—the subject; kahi—I say; tāre—to him; yei—that which; haya—is; jñāta—known.
TRANSLATION
"The predicate of a sentence is what is unknown to the reader, whereas the subject is what is known to him.

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