Mohit asks Asha out to dinner

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Conversation : Mohit calls Asha on the phone to ask her out for dinner.

In Hindi:

आशा: हेलो (नमस्ते) ( Hello/ Namaste)

मोहित: हाय आशा, मैं मोहित हूँ |(hi Asha, main Mohit hoon)

आशा: हाय, मोहित| क्या बात है? (hi Mohit, kya baat hai)

मोहित: अरे, मैं सोच रहा था कि तुम खाना करने चाहती हो? (are, main soch raha tha ki tum khaana karne chahti ho)

आशा: ज़रूर ! तुम्हारे क्या इरादा था? (zaroor! tumhara kya irada tha)

मोहित: मैं इतालवी के मूड में हूँ| (main italavi ke mood mem hoon)

आशा: मुझे इतालवी बुरा नहीं लगता | मुझे शहर में एक अच्छा सा स्थान पता है| (mujhe italavi bura nahin lagta. Mujhe sahar mem ek achcha sa sthaan pata hai)

मोहित: उसका नाम क्या है? (uska naam kya hai)

आशा: मारियो. शहर में सबसे अच्छा पास्ता उनका है | ( Mario. shahar mem sabse achcha pasta unka hai)

मोहित: यह कहाँ स्थित है? (Yah kahan stith hai)

आशा: यह सी.टी. स्ट्रीट पर है, अस्पताल के बगल में| (yah C.T. street par hai, aspataal ke bagal mem)

मोहित: C.T. स्ट्रीट अस्पताल के बगल में? मुझे लगता है कि मैं खोज पाऊँगा| (C.T. Street aspataal ke bagal mem? mujhe lagta hai ki main khoj paoonga)

आशा: तुम कब मिलना चाहते हो? (tum kab milna chahte ho)

मोहित: क्यों न हम छह बजे मिलें? (kyom na hum chah baje milem)

आशा: तो छह बजे| वहाँ पर मिलते हैं| (to chah baje. vahan par milte haim)

मोहित: ठीक है.मिलते हैं|

Vocabulary:

English

Hindi

Transliteration

mind

मन/ इरादा

man/irada

mood

मूड/ माहौल

mood/mahoul

downtown

शहर का व्यापारिक क्षेत्र

sahar ka vyaparik kshetr

place

स्थान

sthaan

hospital

अस्पताल

aspataal

street

सडक/ गली

sadak/gali

N.B:- इरादा (irada) also means intention/thought.

(Certain words like mood, downtown, etc have been used in English contest to retain the meaning and aptness of the conversation)

In English:

Asha: Hello.

Mohit: Hi, Asha. It’s Mohit.

Asha: Hi, Mohit. What’s up?

Mohit: Well, I was wondering if you’d like to have dinner?

Asha: Sure. What did you have in mind?

Mohit: I’m in the mood for Italian.

Asha: I wouldn’t mind Italian. I know a really good place downtown.

Mohit: What’s the name of it?

Asha: Mario’s. They have the best pasta in town.

Mohit: Where’s it located?

Asha: It’s on C.T. Street next to the hospital.

Mohit: C.T. Street next to the hospital? I think I can find that.

Asha: What time do you want to meet?

Mohit: Why don’t we meet at 6 o’clock?

Asha: Six o’clock it is then. See you there.

Mohit: Fine. See you.

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