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HindiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hello, Listeners! Could you make some sentences using 'Please give me' in Hindi?

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HindiPod101.com
Wednesday at 2:47 pm
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Hi Jayenta,


Thanks for trying that sentence!


Here are a few corrections:


mujhe vah SuNDar topii Diijiye.


or Give me that beautiful cap.


If you have any questions, do let us know.


All the best!

Roohi

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Jayenta
Thursday at 9:46 pm
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Vah dijiye bahut sundar tupi

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Thursday at 8:01 pm
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Hi Kira,


Thanks for the cute emojis!


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Tuesday at 7:32 pm
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Saturday at 10:50 pm
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Hi Zam,


Thanks for your questions!


Firstly, in Hindi, we generally write "vah" but say "voh". "Voh" is not used in written Hindi, instead "vah" is used. Similarly, you can also use "voh" for "ve" (plural of "vah") in spoken language. "Vah" and "ve" can both be used in spoken Hindi, but generally you will find that many Hindi speakers just use "voh" for both.


The same thing applies for "yah". "Ye" is plural but is often used in spoken language for "yah" too.


If the audio seems confusing, just focus on the audio of the individual word "vah" and "yah".


I hope that helps.


If there is still any confusion, feel free to post here!


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Roohi

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Zam
Friday at 1:17 pm
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Still I am confused when to pronounce a word correctly? Following are the examples:


वह महिला अपने दाँत साफ़ करती है|

waha mahilaa apane daaNt saaf kartee hai.


In the above sentence the word वह is pronounced as Waha


In the following sentence the word वह is pronounced as Vah


वह नदी हिमालय की गोद से हो कर निकलती है|

vah naDii himaalaya ki goD se ho kar nikalTii hai.


So also with regards to the word यह was pronounced differently:


In the following sentence it was pronounced as Yah

यह एक बहुत सुंदर आभूषण है|

yah ek bahuT sunDar aaBHuSHan hai.


In the following sentence it was pronounced as Yaha, even though in the transcription it was written as Yah. Listen to the audio in this lesson.

यह किताब चाहिए|

yah kiTaab CHaahiye





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Zam
Wednesday at 1:17 pm
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Can you help why for the same word, it is being pronounced differently?


The word Vaha in the examples are pronounced as Vaha as well as Voh

Also the word Yaha in the examples are pronounced as Yeh as well as Yaha


Why it cannot be uTaar Ka but uTaar ke?

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HindiPod101.com
Wednesday at 7:55 pm
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Hi Marylaird Wood,


Sorry for the delayed response.


To answer your question, there is no "aa" vowel or sound after "vah" and "yah".


If you have any other questions, feel free to post here.


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HindiPod101.com
Saturday at 11:47 am
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Hi Sister Hamm,


Thank you for the encouragement.


You are indeed picking things fast! If you have any questions, please feel free to post here.


All the best!


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Virginia Hamm
Wednesday at 11:39 am
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Politely pointing to a book in a store, you might say, "Yah diijiye." If the clerk is unsure, you might say, "No, vah diijiy."