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87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

 


৮৭ [সাতাশি]

অতীতকালবাচক সাহায্যকারী ক্রিয়া ১

 

 
We had to water the flowers.
আমাদের গাছে জল দিতে হয়েছিল ৷
Āmādēra gāchē jala ditē haẏēchila
We had to clean the apartment.
আমাদের অ্যাপার্টমেন্ট বা ঘর পরিষ্কার করতে হয়েছিল ৷
Āmādēra ayāpārṭamēnṭa bā ghara pariṣkāra karatē haẏēchila
We had to wash the dishes.
আমাদের বাসন মাজতে হয়েছিল ৷
Āmādēra bāsana mājatē haẏēchila
 
 
 
 
Did you have to pay the bill?
তোমাদের কি বিল দিতে হয়েছিল?
Tōmādēra ki bila ditē haẏēchila?
Did you have to pay an entrance fee?
তোমাদের কি প্রবেশ শুল্ক দিতে হয়েছিল?
Tōmādēra ki prabēśa śulka ditē haẏēchila?
Did you have to pay a fine?
তোমাদের কি জরিমানা দিতে হয়েছিল?
Tōmādēra ki jarimānā ditē haẏēchila?
 
 
 
 
Who had to say goodbye?
কে বিদায় জানাতে চাইছিল?
Kē bidāẏa jānātē cā´ichila?
Who had to go home early?
কাকে আগে বাড়ী যেতে হয়েছিল?
Kākē āgē bāṛī yētē haẏēchila?
Who had to take the train?
কাকে ট্রেনে যেতে হয়েছিল?
Kākē ṭrēnē yētē haẏēchila?
 
 
 
 
We did not want to stay long.
আমরা বেশীদিন থাকতে চাইছিলাম না ৷
Āmarā bēśīdina thākatē cā´ichilāma nā
We did not want to drink anything.
আমরা কোনোকিছু পান করতে চাইছিলাম না ৷
Āmarā kōnōkichu pāna karatē cā´ichilāma nā
We did not want to disturb you.
আমরা বিরক্ত করতে চাইছিলাম না ৷
Āmarā birakta karatē cā´ichilāma nā
 
 
 
 
I just wanted to make a call.
আমি শুধুমাত্র একটা ফোন করতে চেয়েছিলাম ৷
Āmi śudhumātra ēkaṭā phōna karatē cēẏēchilāma
I just wanted to call a taxi.
আমি একটা ট্যাক্সি ডাকতে চেয়েছিলাম ৷
Āmi ēkaṭā ṭyāksi ḍākatē cēẏēchilāma
Actually I wanted to drive home.
আসলে আমি গাড়ী চালিয়ে বাড়ী যেতে চেয়েছিলাম ৷
Āsalē āmi gāṛī cāliẏē bāṛī yētē cēẏēchilāma
 
 
 
 
I thought you wanted to call your wife.
আমি ভেবেছিলাম যে তুমি তোমার স্ত্রীকে ফোন করতে চেয়েছিলে ৷
Āmi bhēbēchilāma yē tumi tōmāra strīkē phōna karatē cēẏēchilē
I thought you wanted to call information.
আমি ভেবেছিলাম যে তুমি তথ্যকেন্দ্রে ফোন করতে চেয়েছিলে ৷
Āmi bhēbēchilāma yē tumi tathyakēndrē phōna karatē cēẏēchilē
I thought you wanted to order a pizza.
আমি ভেবেছিলাম যে তুমি পিত্জা অর্ডার করতে চেয়েছিলে ৷
Āmi bhēbēchilāma yē tumi pitjā arḍāra karatē cēẏēchilē
 
 
 
 
 

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Big letters, big feelings

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