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नमस्ते (Namaste) and welcome to HindiPod101.com. I’m Anuj Khurana and I’m back with yet another video lesson for you. In today’s video, I’m going to discuss 5 patterns for beginners which will help them in sentence making. So let’s begin!
1. मैं ~ खा रहा हूँ। (Main ~ khaa rahaa huu.) “I am eating ~.”
मैं ~ खा रहा हूँ। (Main ~ khaa rahaa huu.)
So मैं (main) is the beginning, खा रहा हूँ (khaa rahaa huu) is the end and in between, we can fill whatever we are eating.
मैं ~ खा रहा हूँ। (Main ~ khaa rahaa huu.) “I am eating ~.”
मैं दोपहर का खाना खा रहा हूँ।
(Main Dopahar kaa khaaNaa khaa rahaa huu.)
मैं दोपहर का खाना खा रहा हूँ।
(Main Dopahar kaa khaaNaa khaa rahaa huu.)
“I am eating lunch.”
2. ~ कहाँ है ? (~ kahaaN hai ?) “Where is ~?”
Moving on to the next pattern. If you want to ask about something where it is, then this can be the sentence which you can use at multiple sentences for multiple things.
~ कहाँ है ? (~ kahaaN hai?)
So कहाँ है? (kahaaN hai?) is basically “Where is it?”
आपका घर कहाँ है?
(Aapkaa ghar kahaaN hai?)
So कहाँ है (kahaaN hai) is “where”. Where is your home?
So the same if you want to ask about hotel and restaurant, you just need to ask…
होटल कहां है?
(hotaL kahaan hai?)
You can use this sentence in multiple cases for multiple things.
3. मैं ~ में रहता हूँ। (MaiN ~ mei N rehTaa hooN.) “I live in [~(noun)].”
Next phrase is मैं (main) which means “me”,
मैं ~ में रहता हूँ। (MaiN ~ meiN rehTaa hooN.)
मैं (MaiN), ~ (dash) is the filler, में रहता हूँ। (meiN rehTaa hooN).
मैं मुंबई में रहता हूँ।
(MaiN Mumbaii meiN rehTaa hooN.)
मैं मुंबई में रहता हूँ।
(MaiN Mumbaii meiN rehTaa hooN.)
“I live in Mumbai.”
So I live in में रहता हूँ। (mei N rehTaa hooN).
4. मुझे ~ पसंद है। (Mujhe ~ paSaND hai.) “I like ~ (verb or noun).”
Another sentence is…
मुझे ~ पसंद है। (Mujhe ~ paSaND hai.)
मुझे (Mujhe) means “me or I”, ~ पसंद है। (~ paSaND hai) means “liking” so मुझे ~ पसंद है। (Mujhe ~ paSaND hai.) “I like ~.”
मुझे फिल्म देखना पसंद है।
(Mujhe film dekhNaa paSaND hai.)
मुझे फिल्म देखना पसंद है।
(Mujhe film dekhNaa paSaND hai.)
“I like watching movies.”
5. मेरा नाम ~ है। (Meraa Naam ~ hai.) “My name is ~ .”
Simplest and you will use this many times, मेरा नाम ~ है। (Meraa Naam ~ hai.).
मेरा नाम अनुज है।
(meraa Naam aNuj hai.)
Which means “My name is Anuj.”
नाम (Naam) “name”
“My name is Anuj.”
मेरा नाम अनुज है।
(meraa Naam aNuj hai.)
So these are the sentences/phrases which will help you a lot in making multiple sentences. So if you learn these phrases, these sentences, you will learn a lot of different phrases and it will make things easier for you.
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