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1) नमस्ते greetings

(Related episodes: Hello/Greetings – नमस्ते (na-ma-ste)  Greetings – Part II (अभिनन्दन – भाग द्वितीय)

Greetings – Part III (अभिनन्दन – भाग III)  Honorifics or Addressing People – संबोधन (Sambodhan) – Part 1

Honorifics or Addressing People – संबोधन (Sambodhan) – Part 2

Standard Greeting. Meeting People 8/21/2007)

2) मैं  – I  (मैं – I)

3) हूँ  – am  (हूँ – am)

4) ठीक Okay/fine

5) बीमारsick (How is your health? word focus – तबीयत – health Conditions of Body and Ailments – I Conditions of Body and Ailments – I I)

6) तैयारready

7-a) लड़का – boy (Masculine Nouns – Type 1 – Singular/plural (2/1/2009))

boy

7-b) लड़की – girl (Grammar Drill – Plural and Singular of Feminine Nouns)

girl

8) अच्छा – good  (Masculine Nouns – Type 1 – Adjective agreement (2/2/2009))

9) थकाtired (Letter focus – थ)

10) लंबा – tall (I am taller than you.)

11) आप – you (formal)

12) हैं – are

13) आपकाyours (formal)

14) नाम – name  (What is your name? (7/29/2009) My name is.. (8/5/2009) And yours? (8/17/2009) Questions and Answers about Names)

15) है – is

16) क्याwhat?; also turns a statement into a question (What is this?)

17) शाकाहारी vegetarian  (Are you a vegetarian?)

18) माँसाहारी – meat eater (non-vegetarian) (Richa Talks about Ajay)

19) यह – this/he/she/it

20) वह – that/he/she/it

21) मेरा – my/mine  (Adjective gender agreement – मेरा or मेरी)

22) कहाँ – where? (Where? or Where. – कहाँ? जहाँ।   Interrogatives – question words)

23) से – from

24) घर – house (Word Focus: घर house)

house

25) पर – at/on

26) का – ‘s

27) पानी – water (Water, question about pronouns, win a $5 Amazon giftcard)

water

28) चाहिये – want/need (चाहिए (chahie) – wanted/needed (1/10/2009)  Moral Compulsion – I have to … (because of my obligations) )

29) मुझे – to me

30) खाना – food/to eat (Present tense sentence exercises – I eat fish.  Food Related Sentences (8/16/2009)Part 2(8/18/2009) )

food

31) चाय – tea  (Do you drink tea or coffee? The simple way to make tea at home. घर पर चाय बनाने का सरल तरीका।)

tea

32) दूध – milk (Items at Home (Suresh – Lesson 24))

milk

33) चम्मच – spoon (Kitchen Items – रसोई चीज़ें (rasoi cheezem))

spoon

34) काँटा – fork (Essential Hindi: restaurant)

fork

35) छुरी – knife  (छ + vowels)

36) रोटी – bread (मक्की की रोटी ( corn bread))

37) आपको – to you

38) कुरसी – chair (word focus: कुर्सी (kursi) – chair)

39) मेज़ – table (Word Focus: कमरा room)

40) थाली – plate

41) कटोरी – bowl

42) उसको – to him/to her

43) चीनी – sugar (Items at Home (Suresh – Lesson 24))

44) नमक – salt

45) कम – less

46) ज़्यादा – more

47) फल – fruit

48) तकिया – pillow

49-a) एक  – 1

49-b) दो – 2

49-c) तीन – 3

49-d) चार – 4

49-e) पाँच – 5

50-a) छः – 6

50-b) सात – 7

50-c) आठ – 8

50-d) नौ – 9

50-e) दस – 10

Numbers 0-10 (May 20, 2008)

Counting 1-5 (1/2/2008)

Counting 6-10 (1/3/2008)

#273 – Numbers 1-50 (6/9/2008)

#275 – 1st – 10th – pg. 19, July 11, 2008

 

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