hursday, May 22, 2008
Today we are going to review the vocabulary related to “Head, shoulders, knees, and toes” from the video “Chalo Hindi Bolay”. This video is done by http://www.HindiKids.com. Check by their website to find out more about this and other Hindi learning tools for children (but I think they are useful for adults too.)
चलो हिन्दी बोलें = Chalo Hindi Bolay = Come, let us learn Hindi.
The following vocabulary is covered.
सिर = sir = head
कंधे = kandhe = shoulders (singular, i.e. shoulder = कंधा)
घुटने =gutane = knees (singular, i.e. knee = घुटना)
पैर = paer = toes (singular, i.e. toes is the same)
कान = kaan = ears (singular/plural are same)
आँखें = aankhen = eyes (eye (singular) = आँख)
नाक = naak = nose
गाल = gaal = cheeks
होंठ = hont = lips
गला = galaa = neck
छाती = chaati = chest
पीठ = pith = back
बाँह = baanh = arm
बाँहें = baanhen = arms
हाथ = hath= hand
हाथ = hath= hands (plural and singular are the same)
अँगुली = anguli = finger
अँगुलियाँ = anguliyan = fingers
अँगूठा = angootha = thumb
टाँग = taanga = leg
टाँगें = taangen = legs
पंजे = panje= toes
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