Day-To-Day-English >> Day-9 - Page-2
|A goal is a dream with a deadline.|
|Ek lakShya ek samay seemaa ke saath dekhaa gayaa sapanaa hai.|
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.
|Use apanee maa kaa school aanaa pasand nahee aayaa.||She did not like her mother coming to school.|
|Maine kal Heena se is baare meiN baat nahee kee.||I did not speak to Heena about this yesterday.|
|Heena ne Geeta ko sab bataa diyaa.||Heena told everything to Geeta.|
|Ek samay kee baat hai, ek raajaa thaa.||Once upon a time, there was a king.|
|Raajaa bahut buddhimaan thaa.||The king was very intelligent.|
|Ek din usane apanaa bhesh chhipaayaa aur shahar meiN gayaa.||One day he disguised himself and went to the city.|
|Usakaa vafadaar naukar aur driver usake saath thay.||His faithful servant and driver were with him.|
|Logo ne unheN nahee pahachaanaa.||People did not recognize them.|
|Usane apanee aankhoN se apane logo kee dayneeya haalat dekhee.||He saw with his own eyes the pitiable condition of his people.|
|Vah chintit huaa.||He became worried.|
|Agale din usane sabhee adhikaariyo ko kaaraN bataane kaa aadesh diyaa.||Next day he ordered his officers to explain the reasons.|
|Raajaa ko apane sabhee adhikaariyo meiN bhrastaachaar ke baare meiN maaloom huaa.||The king came to know about corruption among his officers.|
|Raajaa ne sabhee bhrastaachaaree adhikaariyo to sakht dunD diyaa.||The king gave severe punishment to all corrupt officers.|
|Isane kaam kiyaa aur log khush huay.||This worked and people became happy.|
|Ab raajaa bhee khush thaa.||Now the king was also happy.|
|Bhrastaachaar din pratidin baDh rahaa hai.||Corruption is increasing day by day.|
|Hame bhee aise raajaa kee jaroorat hai.||We also need such a King.|
|Kyaa tumane kal kaa akhbaar paDhaa?||Did you read yesterday's newspaper?|
|Kyaa maiN roj akhbaar nahee paDhtaa hoon?||Do I not read newspaper daily?|
|Nahee, maiN to bas yunhee poochh rahaa hoon.||No, I am just asking.|
|Kyaa tumane apanee shakal dekhee hai?||Have you seen your face?|
|Maine teen baje apanee shakal dekhee hai.||I have seen my face at 3 o'clock.|
|Tum bahut sundar lag rahe ho.||You are looking very handsome.|
|Kyaa tumane usakee shikaayat kar dee?||Did you complain about him?|
|Maine apanee salaah de dee.||I gave my advice.|
|Maine kal kuchh vaakya English meiN boleN .||I spoke few sentences in English yesterday.|
|Maine apane shikShak aur sabhee ko isake liye dhanyavaad diyaa.||I thanked my Tutor and all for it.|
|Mere shikShak ne mere ganbhir prayaaso ko isakaa shrey diyaa.||My Tutor gave credit to my sincere efforts.|
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