The original lessons I had planned to publish in February are taking a little more time to put together. Therefore, I am aiming to publish them in March, and in February, I am going to try something new. Instead of creating a whole month’s worth of Hindi lessons, and scheduling to go live a month ahead of time, we are going to record the episodes the day before. Therefore, if you have a question or a subject you want us to talk about, email nathan@ISpeakHindi.com, and we will cover it during this month. Please let us know what you think about this format.
Mat left a comment on our site:
Could you explain the difference between सभी and सब as I hadn’t come across the word सभी before now.
सब – all
सभी = सब + ही (emphatic form of “all”)
कोपेनहेगन सम्मेलन में ये तय हुआ था कि सभी देश 31 जनवरी तक कटौती से संबंधित लक्ष्य के बारे में सूचित करेंगे. (from http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi/india/2010/01/100131_india_emission_alk.shtml)
In Copenhagen Conference it was decided that all the nations by January 31st would report the emission related goals to the conference.
सभी देश – every single national
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