Begin Hindi Learning - Lesson 7
Begin Hindi Learning - Lesson 7 deals with how to use Hindi word for "Please" in simple Hindi sentences.
kripayaa, kripaa karke
|Please, let me in.||kripaya, mujhe aane dijiye.|
|Please come in.
||kripayaa andar aaiye.
|Can I borrow a book, please.||Kripyaa, kyaa mein ek kitab udhar le sakta (f. sakti) hoon?|
|Yes, you can. Please go to the bookshelf and select the book.||Haan, aap le sakte ho. Kripayaa kitabon ki almari se kitab chun kar le aaiye.|
Please, give this book to me.
Kripayaa, yah kitab mujhe dijiye.
yah kitab mujhe dijiye.
|Sure. Please wait for a while.||Haan jaroor. Kuchh samay intezar kijiye.|
Dhanyabad (or, shukriyaa)
in (or inside) - andar,
to come - aanaa,
to borrow - udhar lena,
to select - chun na,
shelf - almari,
asking to give - dijiye,
to wait - intezar karna,
moment - pal
Try It Out :
1. Say in Hindi
- Please wait outside in the lawn.
- Please go to the market and get a notebook.
- Please lend your bicycle to me.
- Please take this medicine.
- Please rest for some time.
- Please practice for a few days.
- Please come early next day.
- Please hurry up and clean this place.
- Please be prompt in your answers.
2. Find Hindi words for these words. (Hint: Look up Hindi words page or some dictionary)
- out, outside
- to go, to lend, asking to take
- some time, next day, few days
- to hurry, to be prompt
- notebook, notepad, diary
- questions, answers
- medicine, snacks, food
3. Learn more Hindi words related to this lesson.
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