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We will be updating the lesson soon, but to answer your question the word "chaa" is taken from "chaanaa", which means "to spread". Here, it is used to refer to how clouds have "spread" or "covered" the sky. In the other words, it is cloudy or "baaDaL chaa gaye hain."
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NICE... However why in this sentence: आज का मौसम उजला है और कभी कभी बादल छा रहे है|
In the grammar, After the word for cloud, badal, You use छा रहे है
What does that mean, chaa rehay hai?
I'm trying to see the consistency in Hindi grammar cus sometimes it baffles me; is it a qualifier to the word for cloud? Not sure? Is there other examples? Pls help🐒
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the sentences in the flashcards examples don't always match the sentenced continuous audio file:
*the sentence "The man rests in the hammock", the Hindi word for hammock in the audio file is not "haimok", but "jhula"
*the sentence with "a slice of watermelon" in Hindi sounds "sliced watermelon"
*the example after "garam" which is written here as "The sun is heating the hot desert" is recorded in the separate example this way, but in the continous file as "ajka din bahut garam hai" - which mean "today it's very hot"
*the sentence "It's humid in August" is written in Hindi as "agaST mein mauSam Nam hoTaa hai", but in the continous audio is recorded as "agaST mein adr hota hai"
*the sentence "Today's weather is sunny with occasional clouds" in the continuous audio sounds totally different...
*the sentence in English "We all go home for Christmas vacation" doesn't containt the word "all" in its Hindi counterpart
Could you please correct this, it may be confusing for a beginner...
Thank you for this lesson, but the transcription for many words lacks consequence, e.g.
tarbuuj - tarabooj
SamuDraTat (beach) - samudrataT (sandy beach)
DHup kaa casmaa - dhoop kaa chashmaa