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88 [eighty-eight]

Past tense of modal verbs 2


৮৮ [অষ্টাশি]

অতীতকালবাচক সাহায্যকারী ক্রিয়া ২


My son did not want to play with the doll.
আমার ছেলে পুতুল নিয়ে খেলতে চাইত না ৷
Āmāra chēlē putula niẏē khēlatē cā´ita nā
My daughter did not want to play football / soccer (am.).
আমার মেয়ে ফুটবল খেলতে চাইত না ৷
Āmāra mēẏē phuṭabala khēlatē cā´ita nā
My wife did not want to play chess with me.
আমার স্ত্রী আমার সঙ্গে দাবা খেলতে চাইত না ৷
Āmāra strī āmāra saṅgē dābā khēlatē cā´ita nā
My children did not want to go for a walk.
আমার বাচ্চারা হেঁটে যেতে চাইত না ৷
Āmāra bāccārā hēm̐ṭē yētē cā´ita nā
They did not want to tidy the room.
তারা তাদের ঘর পরিষ্কার করতে চাইত না ৷
Tārā tādēra ghara pariṣkāra karatē cā´ita nā
They did not want to go to bed.
তারা শুতে যেতে চাইত না ৷
Tārā śutē yētē cā´ita nā
He was not allowed to eat ice cream.
তার (ছেলে) আইসক্রীম খাবার অনুমতি ছিল না ৷
Tāra (chēlē) ā´isakrīma khābāra anumati chila nā
He was not allowed to eat chocolate.
তার (ছেলে) চকোলেট খাবার অনুমতি ছিল না ৷
Tāra (chēlē) cakōlēṭa khābāra anumati chila nā
He was not allowed to eat sweets.
তার (ছেলে) মিষ্টি খাবার অনুমতি ছিল না ৷
Tāra (chēlē) miṣṭi khābāra anumati chila nā
I was allowed to make a wish.
আমার কিছু চাইবার অনুমতি ছিল ৷
Āmāra kichu cā´ibāra anumati chila
I was allowed to buy myself a dress.
আমার নিজের জন্য একটা পোষাক কেনার অনুমতি ছিল ৷
Āmāra nijēra jan´ya ēkaṭā pōṣāka kēnāra anumati chila
I was allowed to take a chocolate.
আমার চকোলেট নেবার অনুমতি ছিল ৷
Āmāra cakōlēṭa nēbāra anumati chila
Were you allowed to smoke in the airplane?
তুমি বিমানে ধূমপান করবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিলে?
Tumi bimānē dhūmapāna karabāra anumati pēẏēchilē?
Were you allowed to drink beer in the hospital?
তুমি হাসপাতালে বীয়ার পান করবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিলে?
Tumi hāsapātālē bīẏāra pāna karabāra anumati pēẏēchilē?
Were you allowed to take the dog into the hotel?
তুমি কুকুর নিয়ে হোটেলে যাবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিলে?
Tumi kukura niẏē hōṭēlē yābāra anumati pēẏēchilē?
During the holidays the children were allowed to remain outside late.
ছুটিতে বাচ্চারা বেশীক্ষণ পর্যন্ত বাইরে থাকবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিল ৷
Chuṭitē bāccārā bēśīkṣaṇa paryanta bā´irē thākabāra anumati pēẏēchila
They were allowed to play in the yard for a long time.
তারা অনেকক্ষণ ধরে উঠোনে খেলবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিল ৷
Tārā anēkakṣaṇa dharē uṭhōnē khēlabāra anumati pēẏēchila
They were allowed to stay up late.
তারা বেশী রাত করে জেগে থাকবার অনুমতি পেয়েছিল ৷
Tārā bēśī rāta karē jēgē thākabāra anumati pēẏēchila

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