Hindi Topics 1-3 Review
Topic 1 - Introduction
Mera naam ___ hai.
Main ___ saal ka/ki hoon.
Main ___ mein rehta/rehti hoon.
Main ___ khelta/khelti hoon.
Mere school ka naam ___ hai.
"Good morning" in Hindi is...
"Thank you" in Hindi is...
"Welcome" in Hindi is.
Aapka naam kyaa hai?
How would Anjali respond?
Mera Anjali naam hai.
Mera naam Anjali hai.
Meri naam Anjali hai.
Mera naam hai Anjali.
Aap kahaan rehte ho?
How would Raj, who lives in New Jersey, respond?
Main New Jersey mein rehti hun.
Main rehtaa New Jersey mein hun.
Main New Jersey mein rehta hun.
Main New Jersey mein rehte hun.
Topic 2 - Pronouns, Conjugates and Daily Activities
Main (I) --------------- Hun (I am)
Tum (You) ------------ Ho (You are)
Aap (You-respect) -- Ho/Hain (You are)
Hum (We) ----------- Hain (We are)
Base Verb - Uthna (wake up)
(Note how the ‘na’ at the end of base verb changes to ‘ta’ or ‘ti’ or ‘te’ depending on gender and number)
Boy (Male) Girl (Female)
Main Uthta Hun Main Uthti Hun
Tum Uthte H o Tum Uthti Ho
Aap Uthte Ho/Hain Aap Uthti Ho/Hain
Hum Uthte Hain Hum Uthti Hain
For a group of boys and girls we always end the verb with 'te' - Eg: Hum khelte hain.
Common Daily Activities
Uthna/Jagna - Wake up || Sona - Sleep
Chalna - Walk || Daudna - Run
Nahana - Take a bath/shower || Khelna - Play
Khana - Eat || Peena – Drink
Padhna – Read || Likhna – Write
Dekhna – See/Look/Watch || Sunna – Hear
Aana – Come || Jana - Go
How would Riya say, "I am reading."
Main padhta hai.
Main hun padhti.
Main padhti hun.
Main padhti hain.
How would Aryan and Anjali say, "We are walking" ?
Hum chalti ho.
Hum chalti hain.
Hum hain chalte.
Hum chalte hain.
How would Anjali and Riya say, "We are sleeping" ?
Hum sote hain.
Hum soti hain.
Hum soti ho.
Hum hain soti.
How would Raj say to a friend, "You are coming" ?
Tum aate/aati hain.
Tum ho aate/aati.
Ho aate/aati tum.
Tum aate/aati ho.
How would Raj say to an elder "You are seeing" ?
*There is more than one answer to this question!*
Aap dekhte/dekhti ho.
Aap hain dekhte/dekhti.
Aap dekhte/dekhti hain.
Aap ho dekhte/dekhti.
Topic 3 - Numbers and Time of day
What is the time? => Kyā samay hai? OR Kitne baje haiṅ?
=> Subah ke Nau baje haiṅ. (It is 9 o'clock in the morning)
=> Dopahar ke Bārah baje haiṅ. (It is 12 o'clock in the afternoon)
=> Shām ke Chah baje haiṅ. (It is 6 o'clock in the evening)
=> Rāt ke Das baje haiṅ. (It is 10 o'clock at night)
We also learned how to combine the numbers, time and daily activities in a sentence.
How do we say, "It is 3 o'clock in the afternoon" ?
Subah ke Tin baje hain.
Dopahar ke Tin baje hain.
Dopahar ke Ek baje hain.
Tin baje dopahar ke hain.
Translate in Hindi.
Anjali wants to say:
I sleep at 8 pm.
Main subah nau baje school jati hun.
Main subah aath baje uthti hun
Main rat ke aath baje soti hun.
Main sham chah baje aati hun.
Translate in Hindi.
Raj wants to say:
I go to school at 9 am.
Main rat ko nau baje sota hun.
Main subah nau baje uthta hun
Main subah nau baje school jata hun.
Main sham chah baje aata hun.
We play basketball at 6pm.
Hum rat ke saat baje basketball khelte hain.
Hum sham ke chah baje basketball khelte hain.
Main sham ke chah baje basketball khelta hun.
Aap sham ke chah baje basketball khelta ho.
Which is the correct order of Time of day?
Should we do this kind of a review again?
Haan ji (Yes!)