Bengali grammar (Bengali: বাংলা ব্যাকরণ Bangla Bêkorôn) is the study of the morphology and syntax of Bengali, an Indo-European language spoken in the Indian subcontinent. Although Bengali uses a separate alphabet (see Bengali script), a Romanization scheme is used here to suggest the pronunciation.
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