Day-To-Day-English >> Day-16
|The only disability in life is a bad attitude.|
|Nakaaraatmak driShTikoN hee jeevan kee ekamaatra vikalaangataa hai.|
A journey of a thousand miles also begins with a single step.
This journey has 60 steps. Trust that every step is enhancing your
knowledge, English speaking skill and confidence.
Hajaaro meel ke safar kee shuruvaat bhee ek hee kadam se hotee hai.
Is safar meiN 60 kadam hai. Vishwaas hai ki har kadam aapakee
jaankaari, English bolane kee yogyataa aur vishwaas meiN vriddhee kar rahaa hai.
Trust now you would have come to know that understanding and speaking English is not very difficult.
You would have started speaking simple English sentences. If you have not yet started, please start speaking English sentences from this moment itself.
Firm your commitment that you are to learn English. Be gentle and liberal to others but be strict to maintain your commitment. Nothing is impossible.
Everything is practice. Practice and only practice will remove the hitch of speaking in English and improve your pronunciation.
When you commit mistake, you learn. When you learn, you succeed.
Vishwaas hai ab aapane jaan liyaa hogaa kee English samajhanaa aur bolanaa bahut mushkil nahee hai.
Aapane chhoTe chhoTe saral English vaakya bolane shuru kar diye honge. Agar shuru nahee kiyaa hai to kripayaa isee kShaN se English vaakya bolanaa praarambh kareN.
Apane Sankalp ko majaboot kareN ki aapako Angrejee seekhanee hai. Doosaro ke prati namra aur udaar bano parantu apane vaayade ko nibhaane ke prati kaThor bano.
Kuchh bhee asambhav nahee hai. Abhyaas hee sab kuchh hai. Abhyaas aur kewal abhyaas hee aapakee English bolane kee hichak ko door
karegaa aur aapake uchchaaraN ko sudhaaregaa. Jab aap galatee karate ho, aap seekhate ho. Jab aap seekhate ho, aap safal hote ho.
Please read the following sentences again & again and 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. You will find few sentences,
rules of which are yet not covered in the lessons. Please read them and try to understand. When you will go through the
lessons of such sentences, you will become comfortable in making that type of sentences also.
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. Tum paaoge kuchh vaakya jinake niyam abhee
tak shaamil nahee kiye gaye haiN. Inako paDheN aur samajhane kaa prayaas kareN. Jab in vaakyoN ke paath aap paDhoge tab tum
in prakaar ke vaakyoN ko banaane meiN bhee sahaj ho jaaoge.
|Manjula khaanaa banaa chukee hogee jab maiN ghar pahunchungaa.||Manjula will have already prepared food when I reach home.|
|Usake Mumbai jaane se pahale, vah apane bhai ko phone kar chukee hogee.||She will have rung up her brother before he goes to Mumbai.|
|Vah teen ghanTe se meraa intajaar kar rahee hogee.||She will have been waiting for me for three hours.|
|Barsaat bhee shaam paanch baje se lagaataar ho rahee hogee.||It will also have been raining since five o'clock in the evening.|
|Shantur kitane saal se us ghar Men reh rahaa hogaa jab maiN vahaaN jaaungaa.||How long Shantur will have been staying in that house when I go there.|
|Neha paanch saal se HR Manager ke taur par kaam kar rahee hogee.||Neha will have been working as HR Manager for five years.|
|Vah aapase kai dino se milane aa rahaa hogaa.||He will have been coming to see you for many days.|
|Richa subah se apanaa paaTh yaad kar rahee hogee.||Richa will have been learning her lessons since morning.|
|Avyan pichhale 15 minute se nahee so rahaa hogaa.||Avyan will not have been sleeping for last 15 minutes.|
|Sonu kai dino se paudhoN ko paanee nahee de rahaa hogaa.||Sonu will not have been watering the plants for many days.|
|Kyaa Prashant aur Poonam dopahar se gappe lagaa rahe honge?||Will Prashant and Poonam have been gossiping since noon?|
|Kyaa Prashant subah se Poonam kee madad kar rahaa hogaa?||Will Prashant have been helping Poonam since morning?|
|Kyaa Puja phone par chaar ghanTe se baat kar rahee hogee?||Will Puja have been talking on phone for four hours?|
|Kyaa chor aadhee raat se makaan meiN ghusane kaa prayaas kar rahe honge?||Will the thieves have been trying to break into the house since mid-night?|
|Kyaa tum din bhar se chal rahe ho? Kyaa tumhaaraa badan dukh rahaa hai.||Will you have been walking all the day? Is your body aching?|
|Chaand chaar din se ghat rahaa hogaa.||The Moon will have been waning for four days.|
|Jaadugar chaalis minute se jaadu ke kartab dikhaa rahaa hogaa.||The magician will have been showing magic tricks for forty minutes.|
|Kisaan varshaa hone se pahale phasaleN kaaT rahe honge.||Farmers will have been reaping harvest before it rains.|
|Kyaa Harsh do ghanTe se nadee meiN tair rahaa hogaa?||Will Harsh have been swimming in the river for two hours?|
|Shanivaar ko ham Agra jaayenge.||We shall go to Agra on Saturday.|
|Ham lagbhag barah log honge.||We shall be about 12 persons.|
|Ham ek Innova kiraaye par lenge.||We shall hire an Innova.|
|Ek Innova Men sabhee nahee aayenge. Ham ek apanee car bhee lenge.||All will not come in Innova. We shall take our one car also.|
|Ham subah saat baje chalenge aur dus baje tak Agra pahunch jaayenge.||We shall start at 7 in the morning and shall reach Agra by 10 o'clock.|
|Agra Men ham sabase pahale ek baDe park Men jaayenge.||In Agra, first of all we shall go to a big park/garden.|
|Park Men kisee chhayaadaar vrikSh ke neeche dariyaaN bichhaa denge.||In the garden, we shall lay our mats under a shady tree.|
|Mahilaanye chaay kaa prabandh kar rahee hogee.||Ladies will be making arrangement for tea.|
|MaiN chaay ke liye doodh kaa prabandh kar rahaa hunga.||I shall be arranging milk for tea.|
|Usake baad ham naashtaa lenge.||Thereafter we shall take our breakfast.|
|Naashte ke baad ham Taj Mahal dekhane jaane kee yojanaa banayenge.||After breakfast, we shall plan to go to see Taj Mahal.|
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