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Yes, indeed "saucaaLay" is the common word for "toilet". "SNaaN ghar" is the word used for "bathroom" or the room where you would take a bath. It is not used for "toilet".
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nice thanks for the resources!
I thought toilet was sauchaalay, is it more common to use that word snaanghar? first time I am hearing it
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You can check out many basic Hindi phrases in this series:
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Please provide some phrases for a tourist, such as:
-How do I get to ____?
-Where is the nearest bus station?
-I would like to order the ____
-Do you speak English? (Is it kya aap angrezee bolate hain?)
-What is the price of this?
-What time does this place close?
Please check out this lesson on Hindi Sentence Order and grammar:
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i can speak hindi but it is difficult to make a word for me can u give me advice
And thanks for sharing what you have learnt. It is absolutely correct and I am sure will be much appreciated by those trying to learn Hindi.
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Some I think I've learned correctly:
वाह vaah = wow
aur aap bhi = and you also
Main yahan hu = I am here
Tum kya kar rahe ho = what are you doing
Kuch nahin = nothing
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In 1958 India’s national government released a report that standardized the grammar of Modern Hindi language for use in all government and educational fields. However, even with the standardization and adoption of Hindi for national use, many districts and cities continue to use their own variations or dialects some of which are based on Hindi and sound similar and others which rely heavily on surrounding districts.
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