Day 15 - Greetings and Goodbyes (Quiz)

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Not everyone has someone they can practice their Hindi with. So, in case you don't know someone who speaks the language, the second best thing is to test yourself.

Take this quiz to see how well you've mastered your newly acquired knowledge. You can take it as many times as you like until you get the score you want!

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Are you ready to test yourself?

Exercise 1. Choose the correct Hindi phrase that expresses each English phrase.

1. Good morning.

su-prabhaat
shubh-din
shubh-sandhyaa
shubh-raatree

2. How are you? (informal)

Kaise hain?
Kaise ho?
Kaise thay?
Kaisaa hai?

3. I’m not very well.

Main beemaar hoon.
Main theek hoon.
Main thodaa theek hoon.
Main theek nahee hoon.

4. I’m sick.

Main theek nahee hoon.
Main thodaa theek hoon.
Main beemaar hoon.
Main beemaar nahee hoon.

5. And you (polite)?

Aur tum?
Aur aap?
Aap kaise?
Aur kaise?

6. I need help.

Madad.
Madad chaahiye.
Mujhe madad chaahiye.
Mujhe madad ki jarurat hai.

7. See you later!

Fir milte hain.
Dobaaraa milte hain.
Baad mein milte hain.
Fir milenge.

8. See you tomorrow!

Fir milte hain.
Dobaaraa milte hain.
Baad mein milte hain.
Kal milte hain.

9. I’m tired.

Mai thakaa hua hoon.
Mai thaka gayaa hoon.
Mai thaka chukaa hoon.
Mai thakaa hoon.

10. What’s happening?

Kya chal rahaa hai?
Kya ho rahaa hai?
Kya kar rahaa hai?
Kya musibat hai?

Exercise 2. Now, see if you can try this exercise in reverse. Choose the correct English phrase that expresses the Hindi meaning.

11. Aap se milkar khusi huyee.

What a pleasure!
A pleasure to meet you.
A pleasure, thank you.
It’s been a pleasure.

12. Dhanyavaad.

Likewise.
Thank you.
Of course.
Exactly.

13. Fir milenge!

See ya!
Let’s catch up!
Catch you later!
See you soon!

14. Mai theek hoon, dhanyavaad.

I’m sick, sorry.
Thanks, I’ll take it.
Fine, thanks.
I am well, thank you.

15. Su-prabhaat, Shreemaan.

Good afternoon, Lady.
Good morning, Gentleman.
Good evening, Gentleman.
Good evening, Lady.

16. Aaj kaise ho?

How do you feel?
How are you?
How are you today?
How are you doing?

17. Main thodaa beemaar hoon.

I am a little sick.
I am a little tired.
A little tired.
A little sick.

18. Mujhe tumse prem hai.

I know.
I love you.
I’m sorry.
I need help.

19. Mujhe khed hai

I’m fine.
I’m sorry.
I love you.
I don’t know.

20. Haa'n, dhanya-vaad.

Fine, thanks.
Yes, thank you.
No, sorry.
Maybe, I guess.

How well you do?

Completed the quiz? Now, take a few minutes to score your answers.

That's all for today's lesson.

 

Check your answers

Here are suggested answers to QUIZ questions on "Greetings and Goodbyes".

These are most suitable answers. However, the phrases/sentences can be articulated to convey the same meaning in a different ways too.

Exercise 1.

1. Good morning.
su-prabhaat, shubh-prabhaat

2. How are you? (informal)
Kaise ho?

3. I’m not very well.
Main theek nahee hoon.

4. I’m sick.
Main beemaar hoon.

5. And you (polite)?
Aur aap?

6. I need help.
Mujhe madad chaahiye.

7. See you later!
Fir milenge.

8. See you tomorrow!
Kal milte hain.

9. I’m tired.
Mai thakaa hua hoon.

10. What’s happening?
Kya ho rahaa hai?

Exercise 2.

11. Aap se milkar khusi huyee.
A pleasure to meet you.

12. Dhanyavaad.
Thank you.

13. Fir milenge!
See ya!

14. Mai theek hoon, dhanyavaad.
I am well, thank you.

15. Su-prabhaat, Shreemaan.
Good morning, Gentleman.

16. Aaj kaise ho?
How are you?

17. Main thodaa beemaar hoon.
I am a little sick.

18. Mujhe tumse prem hai.
I love you.

19. Mujhe khed hai
I’m sorry.

20. Haa'n, dhanya-vaad.
Yes, thank you.

If you got over 16 out of 20, congratulations! If you scored lower, you may wish to review the previous lessons on this topic. Greetings and farewells are some of the most basic things you need to know. They’re also the best way to make fast friends.

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