— The bird came from the mountains and brought a bough (from the trees).
— Where did Ani's bird come from ?
- Ani's bird came from the mountains and brought a bough to Ani. Ani was very happy and said "Thank you" to the bird. Ani's mummy called the bird. "Bird ! Eat some bread" ! — "Thank you, Madam" the bird said. It ate some bread, said "Good-bye" and left. After lunch, Aram and Ani made a drawing. The pencil fell from Ani's hand. Aram took the pencil and drew an eagle on the paper.
INTERROGATIVE WORDS( Adjectivs,Pronouns,Adverbs)
Ո՞ւր : Where / Ուրկէ՞ : from where ? (Adverb of place)
Imperative is only used in the second person, singular and plural.
Exceptions : the imperative singular of the verb Բերել (To bring) is Բե՛ր / առնել (To take) is ա՛ռ :
ու = եւ (and)