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56 [fifty-six]

Feelings

 


৫৬ [ছাপ্পান্ন]

অনুভুতি

 

 
to feel like / want to
ইচছা থাকা
Icachā thākā
We feel like. / We want to.
আমাদের ইচছা আছে ৷
Āmādēra icachā āchē
We don’t feel like. / We do’t want to.
আমাদের ইচছা নাই ৷
Āmādēra icachā nā´i
 
 
 
 
to be afraid
ভয় পাওয়া
Bhaẏa pā´ōẏā
I’m afraid.
আমার ভয় করছে ৷
Āmāra bhaẏa karachē
I am not afraid.
আমার ভয় করছে না ৷
Āmāra bhaẏa karachē nā
 
 
 
 
to have time
সময় থাকা
Samaẏa thākā
He has time.
তার কাছে সময় আছে ৷
Tāra kāchē samaẏa āchē
He has no time.
তার কাছে কোনো সময় নেই ৷
Tāra kāchē kōnō samaẏa nē´i
 
 
 
 
to be bored
বিরক্ত হয়ে যাওয়া
Birakta haẏē yā´ōẏā
She is bored.
সে বিরক্ত হয়ে গেছে ৷
Sē birakta haẏē gēchē
She is not bored.
সে বিরক্ত হয়ে যায় নি ৷
Sē birakta haẏē yāẏa ni
 
 
 
 
to be hungry
খিদে পাওয়া
Khidē pā´ōẏā
Are you hungry?
তোমাদের কি খিদে পেয়েছে?
Tōmādēra ki khidē pēẏēchē?
Aren’t you hungry?
তোমাদের কি খিদে পায় নি?
Tōmādēra ki khidē pāẏa ni?
 
 
 
 
to be thirsty
তেষ্টা পাওয়া
Tēṣṭā pā´ōẏā
They are thirsty.
তাদের তেষ্টা পেয়েছে ৷
Tādēra tēṣṭā pēẏēchē
They are not thirsty.
তাদের তেষ্টা পায় নি ৷
Tādēra tēṣṭā pāẏa ni
 
 
 
 
 

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