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१०० [शंभर]

क्रियाविशेषण अव्यय


already – not yet
यापूर्वी – अजूनपर्यंत नाही
yāpūrvī – ajūnaparyanta nāhī
Have you already been to Berlin?
आपण यापूर्वी बर्लिनला गेला / गेल्या आहात का?
āpaṇa yāpūrvī barlinalā gēlā/ gēlyā āhāta kā?
No, not yet.
नाही, अजूनपर्यंत नाही.
Nāhī, ajūnaparyanta nāhī.
someone – no one
कोणी – कोणी नाही
Kōṇī – kōṇī nāhī
Do you know someone here?
आपण इथे कोणाला ओळखता का?
āpaṇa ithē kōṇālā ōḷakhatā kā?
No, I don’t know anyone here.
नाही, मी इथे कोणालाही ओळखत नाही.
Nāhī, mī ithē kōṇālāhī ōḷakhata nāhī.
a little longer – not much longer
आणखी थोडा वेळ – जास्त वेळ नाही
Āṇakhī thōḍā vēḷa – jāsta vēḷa nāhī
Will you stay here a little longer?
आपण इथे आणखी थोडा वेळ थांबणार का?
āpaṇa ithē āṇakhī thōḍā vēḷa thāmbaṇāra kā?
No, I won’t stay here much longer.
नाही, मी इथे जास्त वेळ थांबणार नाही.
Nāhī, mī ithē jāsta vēḷa thāmbaṇāra nāhī.
something else – nothing else
आणखी काही – आणखी काही नाही
Āṇakhī kāhī – āṇakhī kāhī nāhī
Would you like to drink something else?
आपण आणखी काही पिणार का?
āpaṇa āṇakhī kāhī piṇāra kā?
No, I don’t want anything else.
नाही, मला आणखी काही प्यायचे नाही.
Nāhī, malā āṇakhī kāhī pyāyacē nāhī.
something already – nothing yet
अगोदरच काही – अजूनपर्यंत काही नाही
Agōdaraca kāhī – ajūnaparyanta kāhī nāhī
Have you already eaten something?
आपण अगोदरच काही खाल्ले आहे का?
āpaṇa agōdaraca kāhī khāllē āhē kā?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet.
नाही, मी अजूनपर्यंत काही खाल्ले नाही.
Nāhī, mī ajūnaparyanta kāhī khāllē nāhī.
someone else – no one else
आणखी कोणाला – आणखी कोणाला नाही
Āṇakhī kōṇālā – āṇakhī kōṇālā nāhī
Does anyone else want a coffee?
आणखी कोणाला कॉफी पाहिजे का?
āṇakhī kōṇālā kŏphī pāhijē kā?
No, no one else.
नाही, आणखी कोणाला (कॉफी नको आहे).
Nāhī, āṇakhī kōṇālā (kŏphī nakō āhē).

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