Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 29-Reading Simple Sentences

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This entry is part 30 of 30 in the series Learn Hindi Letters with Kavitha

This is a continuation of the series covering the very basics of Hindi.  At the bottom of this lesson are links to the previous lessons.

If you are already studying Hindi, it can provide a good review. If you are looking for something more advanced then master 4 words each day in the vocabulary master.

बस आई (Bus aayi) – Bus Came

रजत अब इधर आ (rajat ab idhar aa)| – Rajat now come here.

बस आ गई (Bus aa gaee) | – Bus arrived.

बस पर चढ़ (Bus par chadh) | – Climb on the bus.

अब उतर (ab utar) | – Now get down.

घर चल (ghar chal) | – Walk home.

सड़क पर इधर – उधर न चल (sadak par idhar – udhar na chal) | – Don’t walk here and there on the road.

सड़क पर एक तरफ चल (sadak par ek taraf chal) | – Walk on one side on the road.

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