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Past Participle - Bengali

An introduction to past participles in Bengali
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kôre
having done
likhe
having written
dekhe
having seen
sune
having heard
kheye
having eaten
theke
having stayed
hôye
having become
diye
having given
niye
having taken
ese
having come
giye
having gone
bas kôre asun!
Come by bus!

(Past participle used as postposition)
skul theke āschi.
I'm coming from school.

(Past participle used as postposition)
mɔndire bôse achi.
I'm sitting in the temple.

(Past participle used to express a state)
mɔndire bôse thākbo.
I'll sit in the temple.

(Past participle used to express a state)
niye ās
to bring

(Past participle in compound verb)
niye jāoyā
to take something somewhere

(Past participle in compound verb)
phire ās
to come back

(Past participle in compound verb)
phire jāoyā
to go back

(Past participle in compound verb)
côle jāoyā
to go away, to move off

(Past participle in compound verb)
prɔsād kheye āsun!
Come when you have had your Prasadam!
dɔrjāṭā bɔndhô kôre āsun!
Please shut the door and come in!