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84 [eighty-four]

Past tense 4

 


८४ [चौ-याऐंशी]

भूतकाळ ४

 

 
to read
वाचणे
vācaṇē
I read.
मी वाचले.
mī vācalē.
I read the whole novel.
मी पूर्ण कादंबरी वाचली.
Mī pūrṇa kādambarī vācalī.
 
 
 
 
to understand
समजणे
Samajaṇē
I understood.
मी समजलो. / समजले.
mī samajalō. / Samajalē.
I understood the whole text.
मी पूर्ण पाठ समजलो. / समजले.
Mī pūrṇa pāṭha samajalō. / Samajalē.
 
 
 
 
to answer
उत्तर देणे
Uttara dēṇē
I answered.
मी उत्तर दिले.
mī uttara dilē.
I answered all the questions.
मी सगळ्या प्रश्नांची उत्तरे दिली.
Mī sagaḷyā praśnān̄cī uttarē dilī.
 
 
 
 
I know that – I knew that.
मला ते माहित आहे – मला ते माहित होते.
Malā tē māhita āhē – malā tē māhita hōtē.
I write that – I wrote that.
मी ते लिहितो / लिहिते – मी ते लिहिले.
Mī tē lihitō/ lihitē – mī tē lihilē.
I hear that – I heard that.
मी ते ऐकतो / ऐकते – मी ते ऐकले.
Mī tē aikatō/ aikatē – mī tē aikalē.
 
 
 
 
I’ll get it – I got it.
मी ते मिळवणार. – मी ते मिळवले.
Mī tē miḷavaṇāra. – Mī tē miḷavalē.
I’ll bring that – I brought that.
मी ते आणणार. – मी ते आणले.
Mī tē āṇaṇāra. – Mī tē āṇalē.
I’ll buy that – I bought that.
मी ते खरेदी करणार – मी ते खरेदी केले.
Mī tē kharēdī karaṇāra – mī tē kharēdī kēlē.
 
 
 
 
I expect that – I expected that.
मी ते अपेक्षितो. / अपेक्षिते. – मी ते अपेक्षिले होते.
Mī tē apēkṣitō. / Apēkṣitē. – Mī tē apēkṣilē hōtē.
I’ll explain that – I explained that.
मी स्पष्ट करुन सांगतो. / सांगते. – मी स्पष्ट करुन सांगितले.
Mī spaṣṭa karuna sāṅgatō. / Sāṅgatē. – Mī spaṣṭa karuna sāṅgitalē.
I know that – I knew that.
मला ते माहित आहे – मला ते माहित होते.
Malā tē māhita āhē – malā tē māhita hōtē.
 
 
 
 
 

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