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How to say these in Bengali?

 

I don't feel like studying.
I won't go there unless you give me a reason.
As I study, things started to make sense.
For example, if I want to live there then I have to learn lots of things.

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    I don't feel like studying. == amar (I) porte (to study/studying) ichhe korche na (don't feel like)

    I won't go there unless you give me a reason. == jotokhon (unless/until) tumi (you) ekta karon (a reason) dichho (give), ami (I) okhane (there) jabo na (won't go).

    As I study, things started to make sense. == ami (I) jato (as/more) porchi (am reading), tato (more) jinish gulo (things) bujhte parchi (can understand / make sense)

    For example, if I want to live there then I have to learn lots of things. == Udahoron (example) hisabe (for), jodi (if) ami (I) okhane (there) bash korte (to live) chai (want), tobe (then) amake (I) onek (many) jinish (things) shikte (to learn) hobe (must/have to)

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    I've tried to stick to the more colloquial words and expressions. Hope it helps.

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