Using ओ (Hindi Primer – Part 12 – Page 17)

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Today we learn about the vowel ओ. Like all vowels in Hindi, it has a independent form and a dependent form. Here are some examples of the dependent form being added to other letters.


इस this (oblique form)
ओर side
आ come – from the verb आना to come
मोर peacock
देख look – from the verb देखना to look
रो cry – from the verb रोना – to cry
मत don’t (as a command to a child)
शोर noise
कर do – from the verb करना – to do
मोहन [boy’s name]
सोता sleep – from the verb सोना
है is
का belong’s to (similar to the ‘s in English)
The phrase मोहन का means that it belongs to Mohan or that it is “Mohan’s”
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Today’s lesson comes from the Hindi Primer (As of 10/25/2008, we only have 12 copies left). We started these lessons on October 12, 2008.

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