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Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.
Seekhane ke liye ek joonoon paidaa kijiye. Yadi aap kar lenge to aapakaa vikaas kabhee nahee rukegaa.

A journey of a thousand miles also begins with a single step. This journey has only 60 steps. Trust that every step will enhance your knowledge, English speaking skill and confidence.

Hajaaro meel ke safar kee shuruvaat bhee ek hee kadam se hotee hai. Is safar meiN kewal 60 kadam hai. Vishwaas rakho ki har kadam aapakee jaankaari, English bolane kee yogyataa aur vishwaas meiN vriddhee karegaa.

Trust that understanding English and speaking in English is not very difficult. Determine and commit to yourself that you are to learn English. Nothing is impossible. Be gentle and liberal to others but be strict to maintain your commitment. Remove your hitches from the very first day. If we do regular practice sincerely, results will astound us.

Vishwaas karo ki Angrejee samajhanaa aur Angrejee meiN bolanaa bahut mushkil nahee hai. Nishchaya karo aur apane aap se vaayadaa karo kee tumhe Angrejee seekhanee hai. Kuchh bhee asambhav nahee hai. Doosaro ke prati namra aur udaar bano parantu apane vaayade ko nibhaane ke prati kaThor bano. Apanee hichak ko pratham din se hee door karo. Agar ham lagaataar imaandaaree se abhyaas karenge to pariNaam hame aashcharyachakit kar denge.

Greetings, Apanaa, Aapnee & Exclamatory Words

Greetings

Different words are used in English to wish at different time.

Hindi meiN abhivaadan ke liye din ke kisee bhee samay ‘namaste’ yaa ‘namaskaar’ kahate hai. English meiN abhivaadan kaa shabd samay ke anusaar badal jaataa hai.

Subah ko ‘good morning’, dopahar (12 se 5 baje tak) ko ‘good afternoon’ aur shaam (5 baje ke baad) ‘good evening’ kahate hai.

Din meiN vidaai ke samay ko ‘good day’ aur raat meiN vidaai ke samay ko ‘good night’ kahate hai.

Hindi meN In English
Abhivaadan (informal greeting) Hi Dear!, Hi Ankita!, Hello Auntee! Hello Didi!
Namaste pitaajee Good morning, Papa (or Dad)
Namaste Sir Good afternoon, Sir.
Achchhaa shubh raatri, Mammee Good night, Mummy
Vidaai ke samay in shabdoN kaa bhee prayog karate hai
Achchhaa chalte hai, dosto Goodbye, friends.
Achchhaa Bye, bye
Achchhaa phir milenge Bye, see you

English meiN – Chaachaa, Maamaa, Mausaa, Fufaa – Sabhee ko ‘Uncle’ Kahate hai.

English meiN – Chaachee, Maamee Mausee, Bua – Sabhee ko ‘Aunt or Auntee’ kahate hai.

English meiN – Chachere, Mamere, Fufere bhai yaa bahan ko kewal ‘Cousin’ kahate hai. Cousin brother yaa cousin sister kahanaa galat hai.

English meiN – Mahilaa ko ijjat dene ke liye ‘Madam’ aur purush ko ijjat dene ke liye ‘Sir’ kaa prayog karate hai.

'Pitaajee aaye hai', 'Unahone (pitaajee nay) aapako bulaayaa hai', 'Solanki Ji abhee gaye hai' - Hindi meiN ijjat dene ke liye bahuvachan kaa prayog karate hai parantu English meiN ekvachan kaa hee prayog karate hai i.e. 'Father has come', 'He (pitaajee) has called you', 'Mr Solanki has just left'. English meiN – Aadamee ke naam se pahale ‘Mr’, vivaahit mahilaa ke naam se pahale ‘Mrs’, avivaahit mahilaa ke naam se pahale ‘Miss’ kaa prayog karate hai. ‘Ms’ kaa prayog dono vivaahit tathaa avivaahit mahilaa ke naam se pahale kiyaa jaataa hai. Aajkal jyaadaatar ‘Ms’ kaa prayog hotaa hai.

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My, Our, Your - Apanaa, Apanee, Apane

In Hindi different words are used for 'My, Our, Your' as per Pronoun. Please observe:

Hindi meiN prayog hone waale shabd ‘ apanaa, apanee, apane ’ ke liye English meiN subject ke anusaar alag-alag shabd kaa prayog karate hai. Kripayaa gaur kareN:

Agar subject “ “ hai To “ “ likhenge
I My (MERAA / MEREE)
You Your (TUMHAARAA / TUMHAAREE)
He/Rajat (any name) His (USAKAA / USAKEE)
She/Rajni (any name) Her(USAKEE)
They Their (UNAKAA / UNAKEE)
It Its (ISAKAA / ISAKEE)

Examples

Vaakya Sentence
Mere paas meree car hai. I have my car.
Tumhaare paas tumhaaraa pen hai. You have your pen.
Usake paas usakee pencil hai. He has his pencil.
Usake paas apanee kanghee hai. She has her comb.
Unake paas apane bag hai. They have their bags.
Usake (bakaree) paas apanee ghanTee hai. It (goat) has its bell.
Tumhaare paas meree book hai. You have my book.
Usakee nailpaint Divya ke paas hai. Her nail-paint is with Divya.

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