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LET'S LEARN LANGUAGES........THRUGH SIMPLE EXAMPLES...

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 8:19 pm

Dear friends,

LANGUAGE IS THE BEST WAY OF COMMUNICATION

here we will add something to ourselves by understanding
different languages.....

any 1 can tell us abt his/her native language through his knowledge abt d same...
he/she should give certain basic thing abt that language n also some examples..

any1 can also give some statements if he/she wants to b translated in any language

IT'S IMPORTANT 4 US TO UNDERSTAND THOSE LANGUAGES WHICH OTHERS USE...
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Bhojpuri........an intro.......

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 8:38 pm

Bhojpuri is a regional language spoken in parts of north-central and eastern
India. It is spoken in the western part of state of Bihar, the northwestern
part of Jharkhand, and the Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh, as well as
an adjoining area of southern plains of Nepal. Bhojpuri is also spoken in
Guyana, Suriname, Fiji, Trinidad and Tobago and Mauritius. The language
of the Surinamese Hindus, however, is seldom referred to as Bhojpuri but
usually as Sarnami Hindi or just Sarnami.

Others, including the government of India while taking census, disagree,
and consider Bhojpuri to be a dialect of Hindi. But now the government of India is
preparing to grant it statutory status as a national scheduled language.
Bhojpuri shares vocabulary with Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu and other
Indo-Aryan languages of northern India. Bhojpuri and several closely
related languages, including Maithili and Magadhi, are together known
as the Bihari languages.

They are part of the Eastern Zone group of Indo-Aryan languages
which includes Bengali and Oriya.


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some examples.............english to bhojpuri...........

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:37 pm


I

Hum

He

Hau

She

Hau

You

Tu,aap

It

E

A

A

Come

Aaoo

Came

Aail

Will come

Aai

Open

Khol

Opened

Khulla

Will open

Khulli

Sit

Baith

Walk

Chal

Eat

Khao

Drink

Peele

Win

Jeet

Go

Jaa

Run

Daud

I go

Hum jaani

He goes

Hau jala

He eats an apple

Hau a go seb khala

He is eating an apple

Hau a go seb khata

He ate an apple

Hau a go seb khailas

I saw the film last week

Pichhala hafta hum ago film dekhalin

She came by bus yesterday

Hau kal bus se aailas

They went to the temple

Subhe mandir gayl

He slept the whole night

Raat bhar uoo suttal ba

He wrote well in the examination

Hau pariksha main aachha likhalas
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Re: LET'S LEARN LANGUAGES........THRUGH SIMPLE EXAMPLES...

Post by rishi on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:45 pm

Good Work Kaash Bhai but Very Difficult to Post it in our reignonal language hmm
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Re: LET'S LEARN LANGUAGES........THRUGH SIMPLE EXAMPLES...

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:49 pm

rishi wrote:Good Work Kaash Bhai but Very Difficult to Post it in our reignonal language hmm

thanks are kuchh nahi dear aap to aisa na kaho
i think u make difficult things easy....
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examples set-2..............

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:52 pm


He has eaten

Uoo kha lahane

He had eaten

Uoo khaile ba

He had gone

Uoo ja chukal ba

He had come

Uoo aa chukal ba

He will eat

Uoo khai

He will go

Uoo jhai

He will come

Uoo aai

What is your name?

Tohar nao ka ha?

What

Ka

Is

Ha

Your

Tohar

Name

Nao

What did you do?

Tu ka kar dehla?

What should I do?

Hum ke ka kare ke chahin?

What can I do?

Hum ka kar sakeni?

What are the questions?

Prashna ka ka ba?

What were the questions?

Prashna ka ka rahal ha?

What is the last question?

Antim prashna ka rahal ha?

What is written in the letter?

Chitthi main ka likhal ba?

What you had been told?

Tohke ka kahal gayil ba?

What will be the answer?

Uttar ka hoi?

Why did you come?

Tu kyahe aaylah?

Why did you sleep?

Tu kyahe sut gayle?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tu unk jaye ke kahe kahlah?

Why did he bring the bag?

Uoo jhola leke kahe aayl ba?

Why did she pay the money?

Uoo paisa kahe dehlas ha?

Why did they sit there?

Uoo log yahan kahe baithe the?
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examples set-3..........

Post by kaash on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:54 pm


Why do you drive the car?

Tu car kahe chalave la?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Uoo log baithak khatir kahe deri se hain?

How did you come?

Tu kaise aayla hav?

How did you sleep?

Tu kaise sutla?

How did you drive?

Tu kaise chalila?

How did you write?

Tu kaise likhla?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Hamre hath main kau go seb ba?

How many did you take?

Tu kau go lehla hav?

How much did he pay you?

Uoo tohke ketna dehne haan?

How was the journey yesterday?

Kal ka safar kaisan rahal?

Which way did you come?

Kaun se rasta se tu aayla hav?

Which is your favourite colour?

Tohar pasandida rang kaun sa ha?

In which room did you sleep?

Tu kaun se kamre main sutla?

Which story did you tell?

Tu kaun sa kahani sunavala?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Sabse meeth phal kaul sa haa?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Hindi main kaun sa paper sabse aaccha haa?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Bharat ke kaun se rajya me sabse jayda log hain?

Where did you come from?

Tu kahan se aayalah haa?

Where did you sleep?

Tu kahan suttal rahla haa?

Where is the manager’s cabin?

Manager ka cabin kahan ba?

Where should I go?

Hum kahan jayeen?

Whom should I contact?

Kekra se hum contact Karin?
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Post by kaash on Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:54 am

thanku Roshni n Saurabh.....

frenz if u wish pls share sumthng abt yr native languages.......
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Post by Guest on Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:25 am

very gud job kaash....impresive... clap 2 clap 2 keep up d gud work...i'll contribute shortly in here... Thums up
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PUNJAABI...an intro...............

Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 12:20 am

Punjabi is the most common language of India and Pakistan.

Punjabi is the Provincial language of the Pakistani Province of Punjab.

Punjabi is spoken as first language by 3% of Indians, esp. the followers of Sikhism.
Punjabi is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and the shared
state capital Chandigarh.
It is one of the official second languages of the states of Delhi and Haryana.
Punjabi is also spoken as a minority language in several other countries
where Punjabis have emigrated in large numbers, such as the United States,
Australia, the United Kingdom (where it is the second most commonly
used language[8]) and Canada, where in recent times Punjabi has grown fast
and has now become the fourth most spoken language.[9] Punjabi is the
preferred language of most Sikhs (most of their religious literature being
written in it) and Punjabi Hindu and Punjabi Muslims living in Pakistan.
It is the usual language of Bhangra music, which has recently gained wide
popularity in other parts of South Asia and abroad.

History


Punjabi is a descendant of Sauraseni, which was the chief language
of medieval northern India.Punjabi emerged as an independent language
in the 11th century from the Sauraseni Apabhramsa
However, the literary tradition in Punjabi started with
Fariduddin Ganjshakar (Baba Farid) and Guru Nanak Dev ji,
the first Guru of the Sikhism.
Guru Arjan Dev ji, the fifth Sikh Guru, compiled Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
A substantial portion of the Guru Granth Sahib is written in Punjabi,
although it is interspersed with Hindi languages
(such as Brajbhasha and Khariboli), and also contains Sanskrit,
Persian and Marathi words.[14] Guru Gobind Singh ji also composed
Chandi di Var in Punjabi, although most of his works are composed
in other languages like Braj bhasha and Persian.

Between 1600 and 1850, Sikh, Hindu and Muslim Sufi writers
composed many works in Punjabi. The most famous Punjabi Sufi
poet was Baba Bulleh Shah, who wrote in the Kafi style.
Waris Shah's rendition of the tragic love story of Heer Ranjha
is among the most popular medieval Punjabi works.
Other popular tragic love stories are Sohni Mahiwal,
Mirza Sahiba and Sassi Punnun. Shah Mohammad's
Jangnama is another fine piece of poetry that gives an
eyewitness account of the First Anglo-Sikh War that took
place after the death of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
The Punjabi identity was affected by the communal sentiments in
the 20th century. Bhai Vir Singh, a major figure in the movement
for the revival of Punjabi literary tradition, started insisting that
the Punjabi language was the exclusive preserve of the Sikhs.
The Hindu and Muslim Punjabis began to assert that their mother
tongue were Hindu and Urdu respectively. After Partition of India in 1947,
Punjabi was sidelined by Urdu in the Pakistani Punjab. With the Partition,
the Indian Punjab became Hindi-majority. The movement for a Punjabi
Suba led to trifurcation of Indian Punjab into three states:
Punjab (India), Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Punjabi was made the
official language of Punjab and Delhi (NCR) and has flourished greatly.

The famous Indian Punjabi poets in modern times are Mohan Singh,
Pritam Singh Safir, I C Nanda, Balwant Gargi, Shiv Kumar Batalvi,
Surjit Patar and Amrita Pritam (winner of Jnanpith Award).
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Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 12:22 am

Baba wrote:very gud job kaash....impresive... clap 2 clap 2 keep up d gud work...i'll contribute shortly in here... Thums up

thanku baba bhai.............. flowers
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learn punjabi...first through alphabetical knowledge.....

Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 12:26 am

This is the Punjabi letter for N as in No and the vowel mark aa


Can you read your first word in Punjabi ?


The answer is

Nana ! - Mother's father.


In this manner we can learn to write punjaabi language
through different alphabets of the same
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let's learn though some examples(set-1)....english to punjaabi.........

Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:31 am


I

Main

He

Oh

She

Oh

You

Tu, tusi

It

Eh

This

Ah

That

Oh

A

Ik

Come(you come)

Aa ja

Came

Ayea

Will come

Aooga

Open(to open)

Khollna

Opened

Kholliya

Will open

Kholluga

Sit(to sit)

Baithna

Walk(to walk)

Tuurna

Eat(to eat)

Khana

Drink

Pinna

Win

Jittna

Go

Janna

Run

Bhujjna

I go

Main jaanda haan
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examples set-2..............

Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:33 am



He goes

Oh jaanda hai

He eats an apple

Oh ik seb khanda hai

He is eating an apple

Oh ik seb kha reha hai

He ate an apple

Usne ik seb khadha

I saw the film last week

Main pichhle hafte ik film wekhi

She came by bus yesterday

Oh kal bus ton aai

They went to the mosque

Oh masjad gaie

He slept the whole night

Oh saari rat sutta reha

He wrote well in the examination

Usne paper wich changa likheya

He has eaten

Usne kha liya hai

He had eaten

Usne kha liya si

He had gone

Oh chal giya si

He had come

Oh a gaya si

He will eat

Oh kha lawega

He will go

Oh chala jawega

He will come

Oh aa jayeega

What is your name?

Tuhada naan ki hai?

What

Kee

Is

Hai

Your

Tuhadaa

Name

Naan

What did you do?

Tussi ki kitta?

What should I do?

Tuhanu ki karna chaida hai?

What can I do?

Main ki kar sakda haan?

What are the questions?

Swaal ki hann?

What were the questions?

Swaal ki sann?

What is the last question?

Akhri swaal ki si?

What is written in the letter?

Chittthi wich ki likheya hai?

What you had been told?

Tuhannu ki dasseya gaya si?

What will be the answer?

Jawaab ki howega?

Why did you come?

Tussi kyon aaye?

Why did you sleep?

Tussi soun kyon gayye?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tussi usnu jaan layee kyon keha?

Why did he bring the bag?

Oh bag jhola kyon lai ke ayaa?

Why did she pay the money?

Usne paise kyon ditte?

Why did they sit there?

Oh utthe kyon baitthe?
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examples set-3..........

Post by kaash on Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:37 am



Why do you drive the car?

Tussi kyon car challande ho?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Oh mulaqat lai late kyon hann?

How did you come?

Tussi kiwein aaye?

How did you sleep?

Tussi kiwein soye?

How did you drive?

Tussi kidda chlayee?

How did you write?

Tussi kidda likhyea?

How many did you take?

Tussi kinne laye?

How much did he pay you?

Usne tuhanu kinna ditta?

How much distance to go?

Hor kinni door hai?

How was the journey yesterday?

Kal da safar kiddan da si?

Which way did you come?

Tussi kis raste ton aye?

Which is your favourite colour?

Tuhadda pasandida rang kehra hai?

In which room did you sleep?

Tussi kis kamre which sutte si?

Which story did you tell?

Tussi kehri kahani sunai?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Sab ton mittha phal kehra hai?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Hindi da sabh ton wadhiya paper kehra hai?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Kehre bharti raj di jansankhya sabh ton jyyaada hai?

Where did you come from?

Tussi kithhon aye?

Where did you sleep?

Tussi kithhe sutte?

Where is the manager’s cabin?

Manager da cabin kitthe hai?

Where should I go?

Mainu kitthe jana chaida hai?

Whom should I contact?

Mainu kinnu contact karna chaida hai?

Is it a book?

Ki eh kitaab hai?

It is a book

Eh kittab hai.

Is it the answer?

Ki eh jawaab hai?

It is the answer.

Eh jawaab hai.

Will you come with me?

Ki tussi mere naal aaoge?

I shall come with you.

Main tuahaade naal awanga.

Will you give me your pen?

Ki tussi mainu pen dewoge?

Yes, of course.

Haan bilkul.

Do you love me?

Ki tussi mainu pyaar karde ho?

Yes, I love you.

Haan main tuhaanu pyaar karda haan

Can you give me your pen?

Ki tussi mainu appna pen dewoge?

Can you lift the box?

Ki tussi dibba chakk dewoge?

Can you write the exam?

Ki tusssi prikhya dewoge?

Did you have your lunch?

Ki tussi apna khana le leya hai?

How are you?

Tussi kiwen ho?

I am fine

Main theek haan.
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3..Bengaali language........an intro

Post by kaash on Fri Dec 19, 2008 12:04 pm

Bengali is a language from South Asia. It is spoken in both
Bangladesh and in the Republic of India. Almost all of the
people in Bangladesh speak Bengali, but in India it is only
spoken in the state of West Bengal provincial region.
Almost two-hundred million people speak Bengali, which makes
it one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.
Many famous books and poems are written in Bengali.
Rabindranath Tagore was a famous poet who won
the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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let's learn bengaali through some examples....eng to bengaali...

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I

Aami

He

Se

She

Se

You

Tui / tumi / aapni

It

Eta

This

Eta

That

Ota

A

Ekta

Come(You come)

Aye/aaso/aasun

Came

Ese chilaam (I came) ,ese chilo (he/ they came)

Will come

Aasbo(I will come)/ aasbe (he, they will come)

Open

Khul/ kholo/ khulun

Opened

Khullaam( I opened), khullo (he/they opened)

Will open

Khulbe

Sit

Baus/bauso/bosun

Walk

Chaul/chaulo/cholun

Eat

Kha/khao/khan

Drink

Kha/khao/khan

Win

Jeet

Go

Ja/jao/jaan

Run

Douda/duadau/daudaan

I go

Aami jaai

He goes

Se jae

He eats an apple

Se aapel khay.

He is eating an apple

Se aapel kachche.

He ate an apple

Se aapel khe chilo

I saw the film last week

Ami gata saptah chobi dekhe chilam
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example set-2..............

Post by kaash on Fri Dec 19, 2008 12:41 pm



She came by bus yesterday

Se base kore kaalke esechilo.

They went to the mosque

Tara mondir e geche

He slept the whole night

Se gota raat ghumiyeche

He wrote well in the examination

Se porrikha bhaalo diyeche

He has eaten

Se kheye niyeche

He had eaten

Se khe niyechilo

He had gone

Se giye chilo

He had come

Se ese chilo

He will eat

Se Khabe

He will go

Se jabe

He will come

Se asbe

What is your name?

Tomar naam ki?

What

Ki

Your

Tomar

Name

Naam

What did you do?

Tumi ki koro?

What should I do?

Aami ki korbo?

What can I do?

Aami ki korte pari?

What are the questions?

Prosno gulo ki?

What were the questions?

proshno gulo ki chilo?

What is written in the letter?

Chithi te ki lekha aache?

What you had been told?

Tomake ki bola geche?

What will be the answer?

Uttor ki hote pare?

Why did you come?

Tumi kano escho?

Why did you sleep?

Tumi kano ghumao?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tumi oke jete bolle kano?

Why did he bring the bag?

Se bag kano enechilo?

Why did she pay the money?

Se taka kano diyechilo?

Why did they sit there?

Ora okhane kano bose chilo?

Why do you drive the car?

Tumi gadi kayno chalao?

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