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56 [fifty-six]



५६ [छप्पन्न]



to feel like / want to
इच्छा होणे
icchā hōṇē
We feel like. / We want to.
आमची इच्छा आहे.
āmacī icchā āhē.
We don’t feel like. / We do’t want to.
आमची इच्छा नाही.
Āmacī icchā nāhī.
to be afraid
I’m afraid.
मला भीती वाटत आहे.
malā bhītī vāṭata āhē.
I am not afraid.
मला भीती वाटत नाही.
Malā bhītī vāṭata nāhī.
to have time
वेळ असणे
Vēḷa asaṇē
He has time.
त्याच्याजवळ वेळ आहे.
tyācyājavaḷa vēḷa āhē.
He has no time.
त्याच्याजवळ वेळ नाही.
Tyācyājavaḷa vēḷa nāhī.
to be bored
कंटाळा येणे
Kaṇṭāḷā yēṇē
She is bored.
ती कंटाळली आहे.
tī kaṇṭāḷalī āhē.
She is not bored.
ती कंटाळलेली नाही.
Tī kaṇṭāḷalēlī nāhī.
to be hungry
भूक लागणे
Bhūka lāgaṇē
Are you hungry?
तुम्हांला भूक लागली आहे का?
tumhānlā bhūka lāgalī āhē kā?
Aren’t you hungry?
तुम्हांला भूक लागलेली नाही का?
Tumhānlā bhūka lāgalēlī nāhī kā?
to be thirsty
तहान लागणे
Tahāna lāgaṇē
They are thirsty.
त्यांना तहान लागली आहे.
tyānnā tahāna lāgalī āhē.
They are not thirsty.
त्यांना तहान लागलेली नाही.
Tyānnā tahāna lāgalēlī nāhī.

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Secret Languages

With languages, we aim to express what we think and feel. So understanding is the most important purpose of a language. But sometimes people don't want to be understood by everyone. In this case, they invent secret languages. Secret languages have fascinated people for thousands of years. Julius Caesar had his own secret language, for example. He sent coded messages to all areas of his empire. His enemies couldn't read the coded news. Secret languages are protected communication. We differentiate ourselves from others through secret languages. We show that we belong to an exclusive group. There are different reasons why we use secret languages. Lovers write coded letters at all times. Certain professional groups have their own languages as well. So there are languages for magicians, thieves and business people. But secret languages are most often used for political purposes. Secret languages have been used in almost every war. The military and intelligence services have their own experts for secret languages. Cryptology is the science of encoding. Modern codes are based on complicated mathematical formulas. But they are very difficult to decode. Without encoded languages, our life would be unthinkable. Encrypted data is used everywhere today. Credit cards and Emails – everything functions with codes. Children find secret languages especially exciting. They love to exchange secret messages with their friends. Secret languages are even useful for the development of children… They promote creativity and a feeling for language!

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______ is counted among the Indo-Germanic languages. However, it is not closely related to any other language in the group. No one knows exactly how ______ came into being. Today it is mainly spoken in ******* and in Kosovo. It is the native language of around 6 million people. ______ is divided into two large dialect groups. The Shkumbin River is the dividing line between the northern and southern dialects. In some areas there is a noticeable difference between the two.

The written form of ______ wasn't developed until the 20th century. The language is written with Latin letters. The grammar is somewhat similar to Greek and Romanian. It is also possible to find parallels to South Slavic languages. All of these similarities must have arisen from contact with those languages. If you are interested in languages, you should definitely learn ______! It is a unique language!

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