300 – singular and plural

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Wow!  Today is our 300th episode!  Today we cover singular and plural.  How to change the word “bell” into “bells”, for example.


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English Hindi Pronunciation
singular एकवचन ekavachan
plural बहुवचन bahuvachan
a bell घंटा ghantaa
bells घंटे ghante
a book पुस्तक pustak
books पुस्तकें pustaken
a hen मुर्गी murgii
hens मुर्गियाँ murgiyaan
a goat बकरी bakarii
goats बकरियाँ bakriyaan
a kite पतंग patang
kites पतंगें patangen
a fan  पंखा pankhaa
fans पंखे pankhe
a pen कलम kalam
pens कलमें kalamen


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Here are the previous day’s lessons if you need to review or catch up:

  • August 4, 2008 – #299 Opposites (big/small, tall/short, thick/thin, up/down, more/less, heavy/light, old/young, far/near)
  • August 3, 2008 – #298 nature (sun, moon, stars, cloud, rain, rainbow, mountain, lake, valley, forest, hill, village, river, bridge, field)
  • August 2, 2008 – #297 things used by students (water bag, slate, lunch-box, sharpener, eraser, school bag, scissors, pencil, notebook, sketch pad, brush, book, ball pen, water-color, compass-box, ruler)
  • August 1, 2008 – #296 in town ( town, bus stop, railway station, post office, school, library, hospital, temple, garden)
  • July 31, 2008 – #295 Electrical Appliances (television, radio, iron, fan, etc.)


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