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88 [eighty-eight]

Past tense of modal verbs 2


८८ [अठ्ठ्याऐंशी]

क्रियापदांच्या रूपप्रकारांचा भूतकाळ २


My son did not want to play with the doll.
माझ्या मुलाला बाहुलीसोबत खेळायचे नव्हते.
mājhyā mulālā bāhulīsōbata khēḷāyacē navhatē.
My daughter did not want to play football / soccer (am.).
माझ्या मुलीला फुटबॉल खेळायचा नव्हता.
Mājhyā mulīlā phuṭabŏla khēḷāyacā navhatā.
My wife did not want to play chess with me.
माझ्या पत्नीला माझ्यासोबत बुद्धीबळ खेळायचे नव्हते.
Mājhyā patnīlā mājhyāsōbata bud'dhībaḷa khēḷāyacē navhatē.
My children did not want to go for a walk.
माझ्या मुलांना फिरायला जायचे नव्हते.
Mājhyā mulānnā phirāyalā jāyacē navhatē.
They did not want to tidy the room.
त्यांना खोली साफ करायची नव्हती.
Tyānnā khōlī sāpha karāyacī navhatī.
They did not want to go to bed.
त्यांना झोपी जायचे नव्हते.
Tyānnā jhōpī jāyacē navhatē.
He was not allowed to eat ice cream.
त्याला आईसक्रीम खाण्याची परवानगी नव्हती.
Tyālā ā'īsakrīma khāṇyācī paravānagī navhatī.
He was not allowed to eat chocolate.
त्याला चॉकलेट खाण्याची परवानगी नव्हती.
Tyālā cŏkalēṭa khāṇyācī paravānagī navhatī.
He was not allowed to eat sweets.
त्याला मिठाई खाण्याची परवानगी नव्हती.
Tyālā miṭhā'ī khāṇyācī paravānagī navhatī.
I was allowed to make a wish.
मला काही मागण्याची परवानगी होती.
Malā kāhī māgaṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.
I was allowed to buy myself a dress.
मला स्वतःसाठी पोषाख खरेदी करण्याची परवानगी होती.
Malā svataḥsāṭhī pōṣākha kharēdī karaṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.
I was allowed to take a chocolate.
मला चॉकलेट घेण्याची परवानगी होती.
Malā cŏkalēṭa ghēṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.
Were you allowed to smoke in the airplane?
तुला विमानात धूम्रपान करायची परवानगी होती का?
Tulā vimānāta dhūmrapāna karāyacī paravānagī hōtī kā?
Were you allowed to drink beer in the hospital?
तुला इस्पितळात बीयर पिण्याची परवानगी होती का?
Tulā ispitaḷāta bīyara piṇyācī paravānagī hōtī kā?
Were you allowed to take the dog into the hotel?
तुला हॉटेलमध्ये कुत्रा सोबत घेऊन जाण्याची परवानगी होती का?
Tulā hŏṭēlamadhyē kutrā sōbata ghē'ūna jāṇyācī paravānagī hōtī kā?
During the holidays the children were allowed to remain outside late.
सुट्टीमध्ये मुलांना उशीरापर्यंत बाहेर राहण्याची परवानगी होती.
Suṭṭīmadhyē mulānnā uśīrāparyanta bāhēra rāhaṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.
They were allowed to play in the yard for a long time.
त्यांना अंगणामध्ये जास्त वेळपर्यंत खेळण्याची परवानगी होती.
Tyānnā aṅgaṇāmadhyē jāsta vēḷaparyanta khēḷaṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.
They were allowed to stay up late.
त्यांना उशीरापर्यंत जागण्याची परवानगी होती.
Tyānnā uśīrāparyanta jāgaṇyācī paravānagī hōtī.

Tips against forgetting

Learning is not always easy. Even when it is fun, it can be exhausting. But when we've learned something, we're happy. We're proud of ourselves and our progress. Unfortunately, we can forget what we learn. That is often a problem with languages in particular. Most of us learn one or more languages in school. This knowledge often gets lost after the school years. We hardly speak the language anymore. Our native language usually dominates our everyday life. Many foreign languages only get used on vacation. But if knowledge isn't regularly activated, it gets lost. Our brain needs exercise. It could be said that it functions like a muscle. This muscle has to be exercised, otherwise it will get weaker. But there are ways to prevent forgetting. The most important thing is to repeatedly apply what you have learned. Consistent rituals can help with this. You can plan a small routine for different days of the week. On Monday, for example, you could read a book in the foreign language. Listen to an overseas radio station on Wednesday. Then on Friday you can write in a journal in the foreign language. This way you're switching between reading, hearing and writing. Consequently, your knowledge is activated in different ways. All of these exercises don't have to last long; half an hour is enough. But it's important that you practice regularly! Studies show that what you learn stays in the brain for decades. It just has to be dug out of the drawer again…

Guess the language!

****ian belongs to the Iranian language family. It is primarily spoken in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. It is important in other countries too, however. Among them are Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Bahrain, Iraq and India. ****ian is the native language of approximately 70 million people. An additional 50 million people speak it as a second language. Different dialects are spoken depending on the region. In Iran, the Teheran dialect is considered the standard spoken language.

In addition, the official written language of ****ian also has to be learned. The ****ian semiotic system is a variation of the Arabic alphabet. ****ian contains no noun markers. There are also no grammatical genders. In the past ****ian was the most important common language of the Orient. When you study ****ian you quickly discover a fascinating culture. And ****ian literature is among the most significant literary traditions in the world.


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