Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Easy to learn Indian Languages, via, English learn Marathi

Easy to learn Indian Languages, via, English learn Marathi

It is mostly spoken in Maharashtra province/ state of India with dialects with infusion of languages like Konkani. There are various styles, Varhadi style, Khandeshi style, Kolhapuri style, Puneri style, Mumbaikar style and Bakhar style Marathi. Mumbai, Pune, and Nagpur being the prominent cities of Maharashtra, their styles dominate the TV culture.


These are all original contents. 

English translation to Marathi
 
English: I ::Marathi:: Me

English: He ::Marathi:: To

English: She ::Marathi:: Tee

English: You ::Marathi:: Tu

English: It ::Marathi:: Te

English: This ::Marathi:: Ha,Hi,He

English: That ::Marathi:: To,Ti,Te

English: A ::Marathi:: A

English: Come ::Marathi:: Ye

English: Came ::Marathi:: Aala

English: Will come ::Marathi:: Ail

English: Open ::Marathi:: Ughad

English: Opened ::Marathi:: Ughade

English: Will open ::Marathi:: Ughadel

English: Sit ::Marathi:: Bus

English: Walk ::Marathi:: Chalne

English: Eat ::Marathi:: Khane

English: Drink ::Marathi:: Pene

English: Win ::Marathi:: Jinkane

English: Go ::Marathi:: Ja

English: Run ::Marathi:: Dhavne

English: I go ::Marathi:: Mi jato

English: He goes ::Marathi:: To jato

English: He eats an apple ::Marathi:: To sapharchand khato

English: He is eating an apple ::Marathi:: To sapharchand khato ahe

English: He ate an apple ::Marathi:: Tyane sapharchand khalle

English: I saw the film last week ::Marathi:: Me magcha athaudyat film pahile

English: She came by bus yesterday ::Marathi:: Ti kaal bus ni aali

English: They went to the mosque ::Marathi:: Te mandiraat gele

English: He slept the whole night ::Marathi:: To purna raatra zopla

English: He wrote well in the examination ::Marathi:: Tyani pariksha changli lihili

English: He has eaten ::Marathi:: Tyani khalla.

English: He had eaten ::Marathi:: Tyanim khalla hota.

English: He had gone ::Marathi:: To gela hota.

English: He had come ::Marathi:: To aala hota.

English: He will eat ::Marathi:: To khaun gheil.

English: He will go ::Marathi:: To jaael

English: He will come ::Marathi:: To yael

English: What is your name? ::Marathi:: Tujhe naav kaay aahe?

English: What ::Marathi:: Kaay

English: Your ::Marathi:: Tujhe

English: Name ::Marathi:: Naav

English: What did you do? ::Marathi:: Tu kaay kela aahe?

English: What should I do? ::Marathi:: Me kaay kela pahije?

English: What can I do? ::Marathi:: Me kaay karu shakto?

English: What are the questions? ::Marathi:: Prashna kudhle aahe?

English: What were the questions? ::Marathi:: Prashna kudhle hote?

English: What is the last question? ::Marathi:: Shevatsa prashna kaay aahe?

English: What is written in the letter? ::Marathi:: Patrat kaay lihile aahe?

English: What you had been told? ::Marathi:: Tula kaay sangitle gele hote?

English: What will be the answer? ::Marathi:: Uttar kaay asel?

English: Why did you come? ::Marathi:: Tu kaa aalas?

English: Why did you sleep? ::Marathi:: Tu kaa zoplas?

English: Why did you tell him to go? ::Marathi:: Tu tyala jaayla ka sangitle?

English: Why did he bring the bag? ::Marathi:: Tyane bag kaa anale?

English: Why did she pay the money? ::Marathi:: Tini paishe ka bharle?

English: Why did they sit there? ::Marathi:: Te tithe ka basle?

English: Why do you drive the car? ::Marathi:: Tu gaadi ka chalavto?

English: Why are they late for the meeting? ::Marathi:: Tyanna meeting la ushire ka zhala?

English: How did you come? ::Marathi:: Tu kasa aala?

English: How did you sleep? ::Marathi:: Tu kasa zoplas?

English: How did you write? ::Marathi:: Tu kase lihile?

English: How many apples are there in my hand? ::Marathi:: Majhya hatat kiti safarchand aahe?

English: How many did you take? ::Marathi:: Tu kiti ghetle?

English: How much did he pay you? ::Marathi:: Tyani tula kiti paise dile?

English: How much distance to go? ::Marathi:: Kiti antar rahile aahe?

English: How was the journey yesterday? ::Marathi:: Kalcha pravas kasa hota?

English: Which way did you come? ::Marathi:: Tu kuthlya margani aalas?

English: Which is your favourite colour? ::Marathi:: Tuja aavadta rang konta aahe?

English: In which room did you sleep? ::Marathi:: Tu kuthlya room madhye zopla?

English: Which story did you tell? ::Marathi:: Tu konti ghosta sangitli?

English: Which is the sweetest fruit? ::Marathi:: Saglyaat god fal konte?

English: Where did you come from? ::Marathi:: Tu kuthun aalas?

English: Where did you sleep? ::Marathi:: Tu kuthe zopla?

English: Where is the manager’s cabin? ::Marathi:: Manager che cabin kuthe aahe?

English: Where should I go? ::Marathi:: Me kuthe jaile pahije?

English: Whom should I contact? ::Marathi:: Me konala bhetle pahije?

English: Is it a book? ::Marathi:: Hey pustak aahe ka?

English: Is it the answer? ::Marathi:: Hey uttar aahe ka?

English: Will you come with me? ::Marathi:: Tu majhya sobath yeshil ka?

English: I shall come with you. ::Marathi:: Me tujhya sobath yeu ka?

English: Will you give me your pen? ::Marathi:: Tu mala tuja pen deshil ka?

English: Yes, of course. ::Marathi:: Ho, ka nahi.

English: Can you give me your pen, please? ::Marathi:: Krupaya,Tu mala tuza pen deu shakto ka?

English: Can you lift the box? ::Marathi:: Tu box uchlu shakto ka?

English: Can you write the exam? ::Marathi:: Tu pariksha lihu shakto ka?

English: Did you have your lunch? ::Marathi:: Tu jevan kela ka?

English: How are you? ::Marathi:: Tu kasa aahe?

English: I am fine ::Marathi:: Me Changala aahe.

English: Where are you working? ::Marathi:: Tumhi kuthey naukrila aahaat? Or Tumhi kuthey naurki karataa?


English: The child is hyperactive. ::Marathi:: Tey baal khupach chant ahey.

English: What should I do now? ::Marathi:: Aataa me kaay karoo? 

English: The food you cooked is very nice. ::Marathi:: Tumhi kelela swayampak khoopach chavisht aahey.  

Thanks to many friends and series of learn language in 30 days, from where I learnt Kannada, Telugu, Bengali, Assamese, Gujrathi, etc. Special thanks to father, Mr. Manohar Govind Urkude and Mother, Mrs. Prerana Manohar Urkude for advising us to learn Sanskrit the base of all languages in the world. Father himself knows 8 Indian Languages and Malaya, Indonesian and other languages where he lived. I also know, Russian, Spanish and French basics due to my teacher next door, in Dhantoli, Nagpur, Mr. Sengupta, who was working in Indian consulate in Senegal, in 1980's Ms. Kothe, who was teaching these languages in Nagpur University, and Mrs. Sulabha Joshi Madam of Somalwar, Ramdas peth, Nagpur, where we studied our middle schools.

Nagpur is the only city in the world where all these languages are taught free of cost on Sundays, including Urdu, amazing city for learners, the city of Nagpur, India.

For Other Indian languages having more than 210000 Individual Learners Globally/ Visitors/ Month. 


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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude, Lives on the ground, Nagpur, India, ashish.urkude@gmail.com

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