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Bengali Lesson 3

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I am coming here
Ami ehkane ashchi
I am going there
Ami ohkane jacchi
I am doing it
Ami eta korchi
I am telling story
Ami golpo bolchi
We are coming here
Amra ehkane ashchi
We are going there
Amra ohkane jacchi
We are doing it
Amra eta korchi
We are telling story
Amra golpo bolchi
You (sing/reg) are coming here.
Tumi ehkane ashcho
You (sing/reg) are going there.
Tumi ohkane jacho
You (sing/reg) are doing it.
Tumi eta korcho
You (sing/reg) are telling story
Tumi golpo bolcho
you (pl/reg) are coming here.
Tomra ehkane ashcho
You (pl/reg) are going there.
Tomra okhane jacho
You (pl/reg) are doing it
Tomra eta korcho
You (pl/reg) are telling story
Tomra golpo bolcho.
He/She is coming here.
Se ekhane ashche.
He/She is going there.
Se okhane jache
He/She is doing it.
Se eta korche
He/She is telling story.
Se golpo bolche
They are coming here.
Tara ekhane ashche
They are going there.
Tara okhane jache
They are doing it.
Tara eta korche
They are telling story.
Tara golpo bolche
You (sing/formal) are coming here.
Apni ekhane ashchen.
You (sing/formal) are going there.
Apni okhane jachen
You (sing/formal) are doing it.
Apni eta korchen
You (sing/formal) are telling story.
Apni golpo bolchen
You (pl/formal) are coming here.
Apnara ekhane ashchen
You (pl/formal) are going there.
Apnara okhane jachen
You (pl/formal) are doing it.
Apnara eta korchen
You (pl/formal) are telling story.
Apnara golpo bolchen
He/She (formal) is coming here.
Tini ekhane ashchen
He/She (formal) is going there.
Tini okhane jachen
He/She (formal) is doing it.
Tini eta korchen
He/She (formal) is telling story.
Tini golpo bolchen
They (formal) are coming here.
Onara ehkane ashchen
They (formal) are going there.
Onara ohkane jachen
They (formal) are doing it.
Onara eta korchen
They (formal) are telling story.
Onara golpo bolchen
elder brother
dada
elder sister
didi
mother-in-law
shashuri
father-in-law
sho-shur
My elder brother is doing it.
Amar dada eta korche
Our elder sister is going there
Amader didi okhane jacche
your mother-in-law is going there
Tomar shashuri okhane jacche
Your (plural) friend is coming here
Tomader bondhu ekhane ashche
Your (pl/formal) friend is coming here
Apnader bondhu ekhane ashchen
His (reg) father-in-law is telling story
Tar shoshur golpo bolche
His (resp) father-in-law is telling story
Onar shoshur golpo bolchen
Their (reg) neighbor is doing it
Tader protibeshee eta korche
Their (formal) neighbor is doing it
Onader protibeshee eta korchen
To sell
bikkiri kora
to stay
thaka
to watch
dekha
to sit
bosha
to read
pora
to play
khela
vegetables
shobji (shakshobji)
book
boi
My elder brother is selling vegetables
Amar dada shobji bikkiri korche
Our elder sister is staying here
Amader didi ekhane thakche
Your (reg) mother-in-law is watching movie
Tomar shashuri cinema dekhche
Your (formal) mother-in-law is watching movie
Apnar shashuri cinema dekhchen
Your (reg) friend is sitting there.
Tomar bondhu okhane boshche
Your (formal) friend is sitting there.
Apnar bondhu okhane boshchen
His/Her (reg) father-in-law is reading book.
Tar shoshur boi porche
His/her (formal) father-in-law is reading book.
Onar shoshur boi porchen
Their (reg) neighbor is playing cricket.
Tader protibeshee cricket khelche
Their (formal) neighbor is playing cricket.
Onader protibeshee cricket khelchen
My mom is loving me.
Amar ma amake bhalobasche.
Our teacher is giving us homework.
Amader shikkhok amaderke barirkaj dicchen.
My dad is liking you
Amar babar tomake pochondokorche
My brother is giving it to you all.
Amar bihay tomaderke eta dicche
Our neighbor is telling story to him (respected)
Amader protibeshee onake golpo bolchen
Your (formal) friend is liking them (formal).
Apnar bondhu onaderke pochondo korchen.