Day-To-Day-English >> Day-18
|Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.|
|VahaaN mat jaaiye jahaaN raastaa le jaaye, balki vahaaN jaaiye jahaaN koi raastaa naa ho aur nishaan chhodeN.|
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.
Article A, An Or The
|Vah ek laDakee hai.||She is a girl.|
|Vah ek imaandaar laDakee hai.||She is an honest girl.|
|Vah vo laDakee hai jo chain chhinane waalo se bahaaduree se ladee.||She is the girl, who fought bravely with the chain snatchers.|
|Jaipur ek paryaTak sthal hai.||Jaipur is a tourist place.|
|ParyaTan Jaipur nivaasiyoN ko unake labh baDhaane meiN madad karataa hai.||Tourism helps the residents of Jaipur in increasing their profit margins.|
|ParyaTan Jaipur ke vikaas ke mukhya ghaTako meiN se ek hai.||Tourism is one of the main factors of Jaipur's growth.|
|Amer Kilaa paryaTako kaa sabase prasiddh sthaan hai.||The Amer fort is the most popular place of tourists.|
|Log Jaigarh Palace dekhane jaanaa bhee pasand karate hai.||People love to go to see the Jaigarh palace also.|
|Abhee haal meiN Delhi meiN ek pyaaj kaa mulya kisee bhee fruit se jyaadaa thaa.||In the recent past in Delhi, an onion had more value than any fruit.|
|Vah ek achchhee nasal kaa kuttaa khareedane Chennai gai.||She went Chennai to buy a good breed dog.|
|Usane kutte ke liye ek chhate kaa bhee order kiyaa.||She had ordered an umbrella also for the dog.|
|Vah ekdum safed billee khareedane ke mood meiN bhee thee.||She was also in a mood to buy an absolutely white cat.|
|Usake pitaajee ne use paalaa jaise vah usakaa beTaa hai.||Her father has brought her up as his son.|
|Pravrity se bhee vah laDakee se laDakaa jyaadaa hai.||Attitude-wise also she is more a boy than a girl.|
|Vah sabhee khel pasand karatee hai jo sadharaNatah laDakiyaaN pasand nahee kartee.||She loves all the games which normally girls do not like.|
|Dulhaa shaadee ke din ghoDee par dulhan ke darawaaje tak jaataa hai.||A Groom rides on a mare to the door of the Bride on the day of marriage.|
|Usakee bhee abhilaashaa apanee shaadee waale din ghoDe par sawaari karane kee hai.||She also has an ambition to ride on a horse on the day of her marriage.|
|Vah dulhe ke darawaaje tak ghoDe par nahee jaayegee parantu us din apane ghar ke charo aur a chakkar lagaayegee.||She will not go to the door of Groom on horse but will take a round trip of her home on that day.|
|Yah alag lagata hai. Parantu usakee pravrity alag hai aur dusree laDakiyon jaisee nahee hai.||It sounds different. But her attitude is different and unlike other girls.|
|Aashcharyajanak rup se usake pitaa jee bhee usakee abhilashaao kaa samarthan karate hai.||Surprisingly her father also supports her ambitions.|
|Usake pitaa jee ke anusaar, tumhe vah koi kaam nahee karanaa chaahiye jo doosaro ko nuksaan pahunchata hai. Us kisee bhee kaam ko karane meiN koi bandhan nahee hai jo kisee ko nuksaan nahee pahunchaata hai aur anaitik nahee honaa chaahiye.||As per his father, you should not do anything which harms others. There is no restriction in doing anything which does not harm anyone and it should not be unethical.|
|Yah vaastav meiN huaa. Logo ne usakee shaadee ke din use apane ghar kaa gol chakkar ghoDe par lagaate huay dekhaa.||It happened actually. People witnessed her taking a round trip of her home on horse on the day of her marriage.|
|Pratham drishTee meiN kai logo kee pratikriyaa thee, "Kyaa diler laDakee hai!" / "Chalan sthaapit karane waalee!" / "Aurto ke raaj kee shuruaat!".||On first glimpse many people's reaction was, "What a bold girl!" / "Trend setter!" / "Beginning of Women Raj!".|
|Dulhaa ghoDee par nahee aayaa. Vah helicopter se utaraa.||The Groom did not come on mare. He landed from a helicopter.|
|Ek laDakee meiN sansaar ko badalne kee pooree samarthyataa hai.||A girl has all the potential to change the world.|
|Ek seb roj doctor ko door rakhataa hai.||An apple a day keeps the doctor away.|
|Rangeen machhliyon meiN ek kaalee machhali dekhane waalo ke dhyaan kaa kendra ban jaatee hai.||A black fish among colorful fishes becomes a point of attraction for the viewers.|
|Chaand purNimaa ke baad ghatne lagataa hai.||The moon starts waning after Purnima.|
|Bhagwaan ne saare bhramaanD ko rachit kiyaa hai. Bhagwaan sarvashaktimaan hai. Bhagwaan sarvavyaapee hai aur mandiro, charcho, gurudwaro, masjido aur gharo meiN maujood hai.||God has created the whole universe. God Is omnipotent. God is omnipresent and is present in temples, churches, gurudawaras, masjids and homes.|
|Isakaa matlab yah nahee hai kee hame mandir, charch, gurudawara yaa masjid meiN nahee jaanaa chihiye. Hame vahaaN jaroor jaanaa chaahiye kyonki insaan vaataavaraN se prabhaavit hotaa hai.||It does not mean that we should not go to temple, church, gurudawara or masjid. We must go there because a man is impressed by the atmosphere.|
|Mandir, charch, gurudawara yaa masjid kaa vaataavaraN aadhyaatma ke gooDh rahasyo ko seekhane meiN madad karataa hai.||The atmosphere of temple, church, gurudawara or masjid helps in learning secrets of spirituality.|
|Ganga nadee ke kinaare dhyaan karanaa achchhaa hai.||It is good to meditate on the bank of the Ganga river.|
|Bhakhraa Dam Punjab meiN sthit hai.||The Bhakhra Dam is situated in Punjab.|
|The Indian Express aur The Hindustan Times Angrejee ke akhbaar Delhi meiN sabase jyaadaa prasiddh hai.||The Indian Express and the Hindustan Times are the most popular English newspapers in Delhi.|
|Neelam society kee Monalisa hai.||Neelam is the Monalisa of our society.|
|Golden Temple, jo Amritsar meiN sthit hai, ke liye Bhartiyo meiN aseem shraddha hai.||Indians have great respect for the Golden Temple, which is situated in Amritsar.|
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