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What is the difference between, "sikna" "sik karna" and "karna" and "sajmuj" and "samajh".

And I also want to add an inquiry, on did this sentence correct? "Bavishabme, bahara janna jatta hai (as in "In the future, I want to go to India")"
(Sorry for not using the Nagari script)

For learning: Hindi
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Sikhna = to learn

    Sik Karna is wrong, there is nothing like that in Hindi.

    Karna = to do something

    Sajmuj, is also wrong but I guess that it may be "sachmuch" which means "really".

    "In the future, I want to go to India" :- Bhavishya mai, main Bharat jana chahta hun.

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