Day-To-Day-English >> Day-10
|The most important thing about goals is having one.|
|LakShya ke baare meiN sabase jarooree cheej hai ki vah honaa chaahiye.|
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.
Please read the following sentences again & again to achieve rhythm. While reading please recollect the rules of making sentences in your mind and verify
whether sentences are framed exactly as per the rules or not.
Kripayaa nimnalikhit vaakyoN ko baar baar paDheN aur layA praapt kareN. PaDhate waqt vaakyoN ko banaane ke niyam
ko yaad kijiye and dekhiye kee vaakya ekdum niyamoN ke mutaabik bane haiN ya nahee.
|Committee ke sadasya usakee transfer ke baare meiN charchaa kar rahe thay.||The committee members were discussing about his transfer.|
|Vah apanee transfer kaa virodh karane kee soch rahaa thaa.||He was thinking to protest his transfer.|
|Prabandhan bhee usake virodh ko fail karane kee yojanaa banaa rahaa thaa.||The management was also planning to fail his protest.|
|Doosare karamachaaree apane baare meiN vichaar kar rahe thay.||Other employees were contemplating about themselves.|
|Maalee meeting hall ke poudho ko paani de rahaa thaa.||The gardener was watering the plants of the meeting hall.|
|Committee kaa mukhya doosare sadasyoN ke tarkoN ko sun rahaa thaa.||The head of the Committee was listening to the arguments of other members.|
|Doosare sadasya bhee apanee tarksangat daleelo par jyaadaa jor de rahe thay.||Other members were also pressing hard on their logical arguments.|
|Meeting paanch ghanTe chalee.||The meeting continued for five hours.|
|Vah apane pakSh meiN meeting ke pariNaam kee aashaa nahee kar rahaa thaa.||He was not expecting the outcome of the meeting in his favour.|
|Usake parivaar ke sadasya transfer ke virudh ladane meiN usakaa saath de rahe thay.||His family was supporting him to fight against the transfer.|
|Usake parivaar ke sadasyoN meN, transfer charchaa kaa mukhya viShaya thaa.||Transfer was the main topic of discussion among his family members.|
|Koi bhee usakee samasyao ko mehsoos nahee kar rahaa thaa.||No one was realizing his problems.|
|Usakaa bhai vakeel se salaah karane kaa sujhaav de rahaa thaa.||His brother was advising him to consult an advocate.|
|Usake pitaajee bhavishya meiN vikaas ke liye transfer sweekaar karane kaa sujhaav de rahe thay.||His father was advising him to accept the transfer for future growth.|
|Usakee patnee sambhaavit niyukti ke sthaan ke baare meiN charchaa kar rahee thee.||His wife was discussing about the probable place of posting.|
|Kyaa Sunita Doctor ke paas bus se jaa rahee thee?||Was Sunita going to Doctor by bus?|
|Doctor ek hridaya rogee kee jaanch padtal kar rahaa thaa.||Doctor was diagnosing an heart patient.|
|Mareej apanee bimaaree ke baare meiN bataa rahaa thaa.||The patient was describing about his illness.|
|Doctor kaa sahaayak darawaaje par khaDaa thaa.||Assistant of the Doctor was standing at the door.|
|Doosare mareej apane niyojit bhent samay ke baare meiN pooch rahe thay.||Other patients were asking about their appointment time.|
|Achaanak, hridya rogee kee haalat bigdee.||All of a sudden, the heart patient got serious.|
|Doctor ne khatare kaa sanket kiyaa aur mareej ko Emergency ward meiN le aayaa.||The doctor raised alarm and brought the patient in the Emergency Ward.|
|Sabhee doosare mareej doctor kaa intajaar kar rahe thay.||All other patients were waiting for the Doctor.|
|Sahaayak mareejo ko shaant rahane aur doctor kaa intajaar karane kee salaah de rahaa thaa.||The assistant was advising the patients to be calm and to wait for the Doctor.|
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