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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1

 


৯৪ [চুরানব্বই]

সংযোগকারী অব্যয় ১

 

 
Wait until the rain stops.
বৃষ্টি না থামা পর্যন্ত অপেক্ষা কর ৷
Br̥ṣṭi nā thāmā paryanta apēkṣā kara
Wait until I’m finished.
আমার শেষ না হওয়া পর্যন্ত অপেক্ষা কর ৷
Āmāra śēṣa nā ha´ōẏā paryanta apēkṣā kara
Wait until he comes back.
সে ফিরে না আসা পর্যন্ত অপেক্ষা কর ৷
Sē phirē nā āsā paryanta apēkṣā kara
 
 
 
 
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
আমার চুল যতক্ষণ না শুকোচ্ছে ততক্ষণ আমি অপেক্ষা করব ৷
Āmāra cula yatakṣaṇa nā śukōcchē tatakṣaṇa āmi apēkṣā karaba
I’ll wait until the film is over.
সিনেমা যতক্ষণ না শেষ হয়ে যাচ্ছে ততক্ষণ আমি অপেক্ষা করব ৷
Sinēmā yatakṣaṇa nā śēṣa haẏē yācchē tatakṣaṇa āmi apēkṣā karaba
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
ট্রাফিকের আলো সবুজ না হওয়া অবধি আমি অপেক্ষা করব।
Ṭrāphikēra ālō sabuja nā ha´ōẏā abadhi āmi apēkṣā karaba.
 
 
 
 
When do you go on holiday?
তুমি ছুটিতে কথন যাবে?
Tumi chuṭitē kathana yābē?
Before the summer holidays?
গরমের ছুটির আগে?
Garamēra chuṭira āgē?
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
হ্যাঁ, গরমের ছুটি শুরু হবার আগে ৷
Hyām̐, garamēra chuṭi śuru habāra āgē
 
 
 
 
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
শীত শুরু হবার আগে ছাদটা সারাই কর ৷
Śīta śuru habāra āgē chādaṭā sārā´i kara
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
টেবিলে বসার আগে নিজের হাত ধুয়ে নাও ৷
Ṭēbilē basāra āgē nijēra hāta dhuẏē nā´ō
Close the window before you go out.
বাইরে যাবার আগে জানলাটা বন্ধ কর ৷
Bā´irē yābāra āgē jānalāṭā bandha kara
 
 
 
 
When will you come home?
তুমি কথন বাসায় ফিরে আসবে?
Tumi kathana bāsāẏa phirē āsabē?
After class?
ক্লাসের পরে?
Klāsēra parē?
Yes, after the class is over.
হ্যাঁ, ক্লাস শেষ হয়ে যাবার পরে
Hyām̐, klāsa śēṣa haẏē yābāra parē
 
 
 
 
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
তার দুর্ঘটনা হবার পরে, সে আর কাজ করতে পারেনি ৷
Tāra durghaṭanā habāra parē, sē āra kāja karatē pārēni
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
তার চাকরী যাবার পরে, সে আমেরিকা চলে গেছে ৷
Tāra cākarī yābāra parē, sē āmērikā calē gēchē
After he went to America, he became rich.
সে আমেরিকা চলে যাবার পরে, বড়লোক হয়ে গেছে ৷
Sē āmērikā calē yābāra parē, baṛalōka haẏē gēchē
 
 
 
 
 

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