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47 [forty-seven]

Preparing a trip


४७ [सत्तेचाळीस]

प्रवासाची तयारी


You have to pack our suitcase!
तुला आमचे सामान बांधायचे आहे.
tulā āmacē sāmāna bāndhāyacē āhē.
Don’t forget anything!
काहीही विसरू नकोस.
Kāhīhī visarū nakōsa.
You need a big suitcase!
तुला मोठी सुटकेस लागेल.
Tulā mōṭhī suṭakēsa lāgēla.
Don’t forget your passport!
तुझा पासपोर्ट विसरू नकोस.
Tujhā pāsapōrṭa visarū nakōsa.
Don’t forget your ticket!
तुझे तिकीट विसरू नकोस.
Tujhē tikīṭa visarū nakōsa.
Don’t forget your traveller’s cheques / traveler’s checks (am.)!
तुझे प्रवासी धनादेश विसरू नकोस.
Tujhē pravāsī dhanādēśa visarū nakōsa.
Take some suntan lotion with you.
बरोबर सनस्क्रीन लोशन घे.
Barōbara sanaskrīna lōśana ghē.
Take the sun-glasses with you.
सोबत सन – ग्लास घे.
Sōbata sana – glāsa ghē.
Take the sun hat with you.
सोबत टोपी घे.
Sōbata ṭōpī ghē.
Do you want to take a road map?
तू बरोबर रस्त्याचा नकाशा घेणार का?
Tū barōbara rastyācā nakāśā ghēṇāra kā?
Do you want to take a travel guide?
तू बरोबर प्रवास मार्गदर्शिका घेणार का?
Tū barōbara pravāsa mārgadarśikā ghēṇāra kā?
Do you want to take an umbrella?
तू बरोबर छत्री घेणार का?
Tū barōbara chatrī ghēṇāra kā?
Remember to take pants, shirts and socks.
पॅन्ट, शर्ट आणि मोजे घेण्याची आठवण ठेव.
Pĕnṭa, śarṭa āṇi mōjē ghēṇyācī āṭhavaṇa ṭhēva.
Remember to take ties, belts and sports jackets.
टाय, पट्टा, आणि स्पोर्टस् जाकेट घेण्याची आठवण ठेव.
Ṭāya, paṭṭā, āṇi spōrṭas jākēṭa ghēṇyācī āṭhavaṇa ṭhēva.
Remember to take pyjamas, nightgowns and t-shirts.
पायजमा, नाईट गाउन आणि टि – शर्टस् घेण्याची आठवण ठेव.
Pāyajamā, nā'īṭa gā'una āṇi ṭi – śarṭas ghēṇyācī āṭhavaṇa ṭhēva.
You need shoes, sandals and boots.
तुला शूज, सॅन्डल आणि बूटांची गरज आहे.
Tulā śūja, sĕnḍala āṇi būṭān̄cī garaja āhē.
You need handkerchiefs, soap and a nail clipper.
तुला रुमाल, साबण आणि नेल क्लीपरची गरज आहे.
Tulā rumāla, sābaṇa āṇi nēla klīparacī garaja āhē.
You need a comb, a toothbrush and toothpaste.
तुला कंगवा, टूथ ब्रश आणि टूथ पेस्टची गरज आहे.
Tulā kaṅgavā, ṭūtha braśa āṇi ṭūtha pēsṭacī garaja āhē.

The future of languages

More than 1.3 billion people speak Chinese. This makes Chinese the most spoken language worldwide. It will remain the case for the many years to come. The future of many other languages does not look as positive. Because many local languages will die out. Around 6,000 different languages are presently spoken. But experts estimate that the majority of them are threatened by extinction. About 90% of all languages will vanish. Most of them will die out in this century alone. This means that a language will be lost every day. The meaning of individual languages will also change in the future. English is still in second place. But the number of native speakers of languages is not remaining constant. The demographical development is responsible for this. In a few decades, other languages will be dominant. Hindi/Urdu and Arabic will soon be in 2nd and 3rd place. English will take 4th place. German will completely disappear out of the Top Ten. In turn, Malay will belong to the most important languages. While many languages die out, new ones will emerge. They will be hybrid languages. These linguistic hybrids will be spoken in cities more than anywhere else. Completely new variants of languages will also develop. So in the future there will be various forms of the English language. The number of bilingual people will increase considerably worldwide. How we will speak in the future is unclear. But even in 100 years there will still be different languages. So learning won't end so quickly…

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Czech is the native language of about 12 million people. It is counted among the West Slavic languages. Czech and Slovakian are very similar to each other. This is due to the common history of both countries. Still, the languages are different from each other in a few ways. Younger Czechs and Slovaks sometimes have difficulty understanding each other. There are also speakers, however, who use a hybrid language. Spoken Czech is very different from the written form.

It could be said that standard or high Czech only exists in the written form. It is only spoken at official occasions or in the media. This strict separation is an important hallmark of the Czech language. Czech grammar is not simple. For example, there are seven cases and four genders. Regardless, learning it is a lot of fun. You will discover so many new things in the process.


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