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Small Talk 2

Small Talk 2

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गप्पा २

[gappā 2]

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Where do you come from? आ-ण--ुठून -ल- आ-ा-? आपण क-ठ-न आल- आह-त? आ-ण क-ठ-न आ-ा आ-ा-? ------------------- आपण कुठून आला आहात? 0
āp-ṇ--k-ṭ--n- -lā āhā-a? āpaṇa kuṭhūna ālā āhāta? ā-a-a k-ṭ-ū-a ā-ā ā-ā-a- ------------------------ āpaṇa kuṭhūna ālā āhāta?
From Basel. बा----ून. ब-झ-लह-न. ब-झ-ल-ू-. --------- बाझेलहून. 0
B----l-h--a. Bājhēlahūna. B-j-ē-a-ū-a- ------------ Bājhēlahūna.
Basel is in Switzerland. बा-े- -्---्झरलॅ----ध----आहे. ब-झ-ल स-व-त-झरल-न-डमध-य- आह-. ब-झ-ल स-व-त-झ-ल-न-ड-ध-य- आ-े- ----------------------------- बाझेल स्वित्झरलॅन्डमध्ये आहे. 0
Bājhē---sv-----ral-n-ama-h-ē-ā--. Bājhēla svitjharalĕnḍamadhyē āhē. B-j-ē-a s-i-j-a-a-ĕ-ḍ-m-d-y- ā-ē- --------------------------------- Bājhēla svitjharalĕnḍamadhyē āhē.
May I introduce Mr. Miller? म--आपल्--ल- ---ी--- -्यु-र--ां-ी ----क-ू- द-तो. म- आपल-य-ल- श-र-म-न म-य-लर य--च- ओळख कर-न द-त-. म- आ-ल-य-ल- श-र-म-न म-य-ल- य-ं-ी ओ-ख क-ू- द-त-. ----------------------------------------------- मी आपल्याला श्रीमान म्युलर यांची ओळख करून देतो. 0
M--āp--yā-ā ś-īm--a---u-a-- --n̄cī-ō-a-ha ---ū-a-d-t-. Mī āpalyālā śrīmāna myulara yān-cī ōḷakha karūna dētō. M- ā-a-y-l- ś-ī-ā-a m-u-a-a y-n-c- ō-a-h- k-r-n- d-t-. ------------------------------------------------------ Mī āpalyālā śrīmāna myulara yān̄cī ōḷakha karūna dētō.
He is a foreigner. त-----ेशी--हे-. त- व-द-श- आह-त. त- व-द-श- आ-े-. --------------- ते विदेशी आहेत. 0
T- vidēśī-āhē-a. Tē vidēśī āhēta. T- v-d-ś- ā-ē-a- ---------------- Tē vidēśī āhēta.
He speaks several languages. त- अ--क---षा-ब--- श----. त- अन-क भ-ष- ब-ल- शकत-त. त- अ-े- भ-ष- ब-ल- श-त-त- ------------------------ ते अनेक भाषा बोलू शकतात. 0
T---n-ka-b-āṣā bō-- ś--atāt-. Tē anēka bhāṣā bōlū śakatāta. T- a-ē-a b-ā-ā b-l- ś-k-t-t-. ----------------------------- Tē anēka bhāṣā bōlū śakatāta.
Are you here for the first time? आ-ण--थे प्र-----ला आह-----? आपण इथ- प-रथमच आल- आह-त क-? आ-ण इ-े प-र-म- आ-ा आ-ा- क-? --------------------------- आपण इथे प्रथमच आला आहात का? 0
Ā-aṇa-i----pratha-a-a-ā-ā --āta-k-? Āpaṇa ithē prathamaca ālā āhāta kā? Ā-a-a i-h- p-a-h-m-c- ā-ā ā-ā-a k-? ----------------------------------- Āpaṇa ithē prathamaca ālā āhāta kā?
No, I was here once last year. न--ी, -- -ा-च--ा-वर-षी एकदा ------- ह-त---/---े ह-त-. न-ह-, म- म-गच-य- वर-ष- एकद- इथ- आल- ह-त-. / आल- ह-त-. न-ह-, म- म-ग-्-ा व-्-ी ए-द- इ-े आ-ो ह-त-. / आ-े ह-त-. ----------------------------------------------------- नाही, मी मागच्या वर्षी एकदा इथे आलो होतो. / आले होते. 0
N-h-, -ī-m---c---v---ī-ēkad- it-- āl----tō--/--l--h-t-. Nāhī, mī māgacyā varṣī ēkadā ithē ālō hōtō. / Ālē hōtē. N-h-, m- m-g-c-ā v-r-ī ē-a-ā i-h- ā-ō h-t-. / Ā-ē h-t-. ------------------------------------------------------- Nāhī, mī māgacyā varṣī ēkadā ithē ālō hōtō. / Ālē hōtē.
Only for a week, though. पण-फक्त---ा----ड्यास-ठी. पण फक-त एक- आठवड-य-स-ठ-. प- फ-्- ए-ा आ-व-्-ा-ा-ी- ------------------------ पण फक्त एका आठवड्यासाठी. 0
P-ṇ--ph--t---kā-āṭ-avaḍ-ā-ā--ī. Paṇa phakta ēkā āṭhavaḍyāsāṭhī. P-ṇ- p-a-t- ē-ā ā-h-v-ḍ-ā-ā-h-. ------------------------------- Paṇa phakta ēkā āṭhavaḍyāsāṭhī.
How do you like it here? आ---याल- --े --- वाट-े? आपल-य-ल- इथ- कस- व-टल-? आ-ल-य-ल- इ-े क-े व-ट-े- ----------------------- आपल्याला इथे कसे वाटले? 0
Āpaly-lā--th--ka----āṭ-l-? Āpalyālā ithē kasē vāṭalē? Ā-a-y-l- i-h- k-s- v-ṭ-l-? -------------------------- Āpalyālā ithē kasē vāṭalē?
A lot. The people are nice. खू- ---गल-- --क -ूप----ं-ले -हेत. ख-प च--गल-, ल-क ख-पच च--गल- आह-त. ख-प च-ं-ल-, ल-क ख-प- च-ं-ल- आ-े-. --------------------------------- खूप चांगले, लोक खूपच चांगले आहेत. 0
Kh-------g--ē- -ōka -hū---- ---ga-- ---t-. Khūpa cāṅgalē, lōka khūpaca cāṅgalē āhēta. K-ū-a c-ṅ-a-ē- l-k- k-ū-a-a c-ṅ-a-ē ā-ē-a- ------------------------------------------ Khūpa cāṅgalē, lōka khūpaca cāṅgalē āhēta.
And I like the scenery, too. म-ा -----आ--ब-जूचा प---रही--वडतो. मल- इथल- आज-ब-ज-च- पर-सरह- आवडत-. म-ा इ-ल- आ-ू-ा-ू-ा प-ि-र-ी आ-ड-ो- --------------------------------- मला इथला आजूबाजूचा परिसरही आवडतो. 0
M--ā-i-h-l- -j----ūcā-pari-arahī ā--ḍ--ō. Malā ithalā ājūbājūcā parisarahī āvaḍatō. M-l- i-h-l- ā-ū-ā-ū-ā p-r-s-r-h- ā-a-a-ō- ----------------------------------------- Malā ithalā ājūbājūcā parisarahī āvaḍatō.
What is your profession? आपला -्यव-----ाय----? आपल- व-यवस-य क-य आह-? आ-ल- व-य-स-य क-य आ-े- --------------------- आपला व्यवसाय काय आहे? 0
Āpal- -y--asāya-k--a -hē? Āpalā vyavasāya kāya āhē? Ā-a-ā v-a-a-ā-a k-y- ā-ē- ------------------------- Āpalā vyavasāya kāya āhē?
I am a translator. मी--क अन--ादक आहे. म- एक अन-व-दक आह-. म- ए- अ-ु-ा-क आ-े- ------------------ मी एक अनुवादक आहे. 0
Mī ē-- anu-ādaka -h-. Mī ēka anuvādaka āhē. M- ē-a a-u-ā-a-a ā-ē- --------------------- Mī ēka anuvādaka āhē.
I translate books. म----स्त--ं-ा---ुव-द क-तो- / करते. म- प-स-तक--च- अन-व-द करत-. / करत-. म- प-स-त-ा-च- अ-ु-ा- क-त-. / क-त-. ---------------------------------- मी पुस्तकांचा अनुवाद करतो. / करते. 0
Mī -ust-kā-̄c---nu---- karatō. /------ē. Mī pustakān-cā anuvāda karatō. / Karatē. M- p-s-a-ā-̄-ā a-u-ā-a k-r-t-. / K-r-t-. ---------------------------------------- Mī pustakān̄cā anuvāda karatō. / Karatē.
Are you alone here? आ-ण इ-- --टे- ---कट-याच ---- का? आपण इथ- एकट-च / एकट-य-च आह-त क-? आ-ण इ-े ए-ट-च / ए-ट-य-च आ-ा- क-? -------------------------------- आपण इथे एकटेच / एकट्याच आहात का? 0
Ā-aṇ----hē --a-ē--- -kaṭyā-a----t- k-? Āpaṇa ithē ēkaṭēca/ ēkaṭyāca āhāta kā? Ā-a-a i-h- ē-a-ē-a- ē-a-y-c- ā-ā-a k-? -------------------------------------- Āpaṇa ithē ēkaṭēca/ ēkaṭyāca āhāta kā?
No, my wife / my husband is also here. न---,--ाझी -त्न-पण--थे-आ-े--- -ा-- ---प- इथे-आ-ेत. न-ह-, म-झ- पत-न-पण इथ- आह-. / म-झ- पत-पण इथ- आह-त. न-ह-, म-झ- प-्-ी-ण इ-े आ-े- / म-झ- प-ी-ण इ-े आ-े-. -------------------------------------------------- नाही, माझी पत्नीपण इथे आहे. / माझे पतीपण इथे आहेत. 0
N-hī- m-jhī -----paṇ--it-- āh---/ M---ē-p-t---ṇa ith--āhēt-. Nāhī, mājhī patnīpaṇa ithē āhē. / Mājhē patīpaṇa ithē āhēta. N-h-, m-j-ī p-t-ī-a-a i-h- ā-ē- / M-j-ē p-t-p-ṇ- i-h- ā-ē-a- ------------------------------------------------------------ Nāhī, mājhī patnīpaṇa ithē āhē. / Mājhē patīpaṇa ithē āhēta.
And those are my two children. आ-- त- मा-ी-द-- मुल-----त. आण- त- म-झ- द-न म-ल- आह-त. आ-ि त- म-झ- द-न म-ल- आ-े-. -------------------------- आणि ती माझी दोन मुले आहेत. 0
Āṇi--ī-m-jhī-dōna-m-lē-āh--a. Āṇi tī mājhī dōna mulē āhēta. Ā-i t- m-j-ī d-n- m-l- ā-ē-a- ----------------------------- Āṇi tī mājhī dōna mulē āhēta.

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