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94 [ninety-four]

Conjunctions 1


९४ [चौ-याण्णव]

उभयान्वयी अव्यय १


Wait until the rain stops.
पाऊस थांबेपर्यंत थांबा.
pā'ūsa thāmbēparyanta thāmbā.
Wait until I’m finished.
माझे संपेपर्यंत थांबा.
Mājhē sampēparyanta thāmbā.
Wait until he comes back.
तो परत येईपर्यंत थांबा.
Tō parata yē'īparyanta thāmbā.
I’ll wait until my hair is dry.
माझे केस सुकेपर्यंत मी थांबेन.
Mājhē kēsa sukēparyanta mī thāmbēna.
I’ll wait until the film is over.
चित्रपट संपेपर्यंत मी थांबेन.
Citrapaṭa sampēparyanta mī thāmbēna.
I’ll wait until the traffic light is green.
वाहतूक बत्ती हिरवी होईपर्यंत मी थांबेन.
Vāhatūka battī hiravī hō'īparyanta mī thāmbēna.
When do you go on holiday?
तू सुट्टीवर कधी जाणार?
Tū suṭṭīvara kadhī jāṇāra?
Before the summer holidays?
उन्हाळ्याच्या सुट्टीपूर्वी?
Unhāḷyācyā suṭṭīpūrvī?
Yes, before the summer holidays begin.
हो, उन्हाळ्याची सुट्टी सुरू होण्यापूर्वी.
Hō, unhāḷyācī suṭṭī surū hōṇyāpūrvī.
Repair the roof before the winter begins.
हिवाळा सुरू होण्यापूर्वी छप्पर दुरूस्त कर.
Hivāḷā surū hōṇyāpūrvī chappara durūsta kara.
Wash your hands before you sit at the table.
मेजावर बसण्यापूर्वी आपले हात धुऊन घ्या.
Mējāvara basaṇyāpūrvī āpalē hāta dhu'ūna ghyā.
Close the window before you go out.
तू बाहेर जाण्यापूर्वी खिडकी बंद कर.
Tū bāhēra jāṇyāpūrvī khiḍakī banda kara.
When will you come home?
तूघरी परत कधी येणार?
Tūgharī parata kadhī yēṇāra?
After class?
Yes, after the class is over.
हो, वर्ग संपल्यानंतर.
Hō, varga sampalyānantara.
After he had an accident, he could not work anymore.
त्याला अपघात झाल्यानंतर तो पुढे नोकरी करू शकला नाही.
Tyālā apaghāta jhālyānantara tō puḍhē nōkarī karū śakalā nāhī.
After he had lost his job, he went to America.
त्याची नोकरी सुटल्यानंतर तो अमेरिकेला गेला.
Tyācī nōkarī suṭalyānantara tō amērikēlā gēlā.
After he went to America, he became rich.
अमेरिकेला गेल्यानंतर तो श्रीमंत बनला.
Amērikēlā gēlyānantara tō śrīmanta banalā.

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