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A Youtube Video about two mistakes New English and Hindi speakers often make
Aaj main do shabd jo naye angrezi aur Hindi bolne wale kabhi kabhi kahena ke lie bhool jaate hain. English speakers who learn Hindi often have difficulty with the placing of the verb at the end of the sentence. Angrezi bolnewaale logon ke lie jo hindi sikhte hain zyaadatar kriya ko wakya ke ant ko mein rakhna ke lie mushkil hota hai. Sometimes I'll say to a rickshaw wallah, "Mere khule paise nahi," leaving off the verb at the end which leaves the meaning less certain. Kabhi Kabhi Main rickahsaw walla se kaheta (keh deta) hai hoon (main always takes up hoon as ending and never 'hai'), "mere khule paise nahi," kriya chhodkar. I'm meaning to say, "I don't have any change," but what comes out is, "I not any change." The meaning is generally understood, but I certainly don't sound fluent. [I don't have a clue} Dusera haath par wahin doosari or Hindi bolnewaale log jo Engrezi sikhte hain kabhi kabhi articles bhool jaate hain - jaise "the" and "a." Lekin Engrezi men agar aapko fluency chahiye, to "the" and "a" aap bilkul istemal karen. yah Kahne ke bajay, "I am going to US" ya "I will play game" bolo, "I am going to THE US" ya "I will play THE game." If you are familiar with these kinds of errors or would have anything to add or correct to what has been said above, please leave a comment or a video response. Agar aapko pata hai iske is tarah kii galtiyaan ya kuch aur aap is batchit me jodna chaahte hain, comment kijie ya video response bhej dijiye. Next time we're going to take a look at the letter T and a few common mistakes new speakers of both Hindi and English have with this letter. Agla karyakram hum vyanjanon ta, tha, Ta, Tha ko dekhenge aur un ke baare mein kuch galatiyon par batchit karenge Just as a teaser, in the Hindi version of that sentence I said: Next time we're going to take a look at the letters, t, th, T, TH, so you can already see there's an inherent problem for both kinds of speakers because while English speakers have only one recognized t, Hindi speakers have at least four. Special thanks to the phenomenal website italki, which has some great features for language learning, and where I received help in correcting some of the inaccuracies in the translation of this video. Bahut Dhaniywaad italki.com ke liye jiska bahut achhe jiske paas bashae siknhe ke lie bahut achchhe features hain, aur jis jagah mujhe anuwad karne (ki) mein madad mili. And extra special thanks to italki users [insert name here] for assisting with this translation. Aur Khas dhanyiwaad italki wale --- ko jisne anuwad karne ki madad kii? Until next time, I dare you to take the plunge and keep improving in a new language.
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