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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

२४ [चौबीस]

24 [chaubees]

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Did you miss the bus? क----------र--ब---िक--ग-- -ी? क-य- त-म-ह-र- बस न-कल गय- थ-? क-य- त-म-ह-र- ब- न-क- ग-ी थ-? ----------------------------- क्या तुम्हारी बस निकल गयी थी? 0
k-a tu-h--ree -as-ni------y---th--? kya tumhaaree bas nikal gayee thee? k-a t-m-a-r-e b-s n-k-l g-y-e t-e-? ----------------------------------- kya tumhaaree bas nikal gayee thee?
I waited for you for half an hour. म-ं--धे --ट- तक ----ह-र- प्र-ीक--ा-क- -ह---ा-- -ही थी म-- आध- घ-ट- तक त-म-ह-र- प-रत-क-ष- कर रह- थ- / रह- थ- म-ं आ-े घ-ट- त- त-म-ह-र- प-र-ी-्-ा क- र-ा थ- / र-ी थ- ----------------------------------------------------- मैं आधे घंटे तक तुम्हारी प्रतीक्षा कर रहा था / रही थी 0
m--n-aa--e------e--ak-tu-haaree -r--e-ksha -ar ra-a -h- --r-hee-th-e main aadhe ghante tak tumhaaree prateeksha kar raha tha / rahee thee m-i- a-d-e g-a-t- t-k t-m-a-r-e p-a-e-k-h- k-r r-h- t-a / r-h-e t-e- -------------------------------------------------------------------- main aadhe ghante tak tumhaaree prateeksha kar raha tha / rahee thee
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? क्-ा-तुम्--रे प-स -ो--इल फ-- न--ं--ै? क-य- त-म-ह-र- प-स म-ब-इल फ-न नह-- ह-? क-य- त-म-ह-र- प-स म-ब-इ- फ-न न-ी- ह-? ------------------------------------- क्या तुम्हारे पास मोबाइल फोन नहीं है? 0
ky----m-a-r--p-a- m---il--ho---ahi- --i? kya tumhaare paas mobail phon nahin hai? k-a t-m-a-r- p-a- m-b-i- p-o- n-h-n h-i- ---------------------------------------- kya tumhaare paas mobail phon nahin hai?
Be punctual next time! अ-ल- ब-----क--म--पर आन-! अगल- ब-र ठ-क समय पर आन-! अ-ल- ब-र ठ-क स-य प- आ-ा- ------------------------ अगली बार ठीक समय पर आना! 0
aga--e----r ---e- ---ay --- ----! agalee baar theek samay par aana! a-a-e- b-a- t-e-k s-m-y p-r a-n-! --------------------------------- agalee baar theek samay par aana!
Take a taxi next time! अग-ी ----टै---ी ले--! अगल- ब-र ट-क-स- ल-न-! अ-ल- ब-र ट-क-स- ल-न-! --------------------- अगली बार टैक्सी लेना! 0
a---ee---a---a--see len-! agalee baar taiksee lena! a-a-e- b-a- t-i-s-e l-n-! ------------------------- agalee baar taiksee lena!
Take an umbrella with you next time! अ----ब-र अ----स-थ -क छत-री ल- ----! अगल- ब-र अपन- स-थ एक छत-र- ल- ज-न-! अ-ल- ब-र अ-न- स-थ ए- छ-्-ी ल- ज-न-! ----------------------------------- अगली बार अपने साथ एक छत्री ले जाना! 0
ag--ee -aar----ne-s--t- e--chh-tr----e-ja-n-! agalee baar apane saath ek chhatree le jaana! a-a-e- b-a- a-a-e s-a-h e- c-h-t-e- l- j-a-a- --------------------------------------------- agalee baar apane saath ek chhatree le jaana!
I have the day off tomorrow. कल म-री--ु-्-ी-है कल म-र- छ-ट-ट- ह- क- म-र- छ-ट-ट- ह- ----------------- कल मेरी छुट्टी है 0
k------ee-------e---ai kal meree chhuttee hai k-l m-r-e c-h-t-e- h-i ---------------------- kal meree chhuttee hai
Shall we meet tomorrow? क्या ह- कल-म-लें? क-य- हम कल म-ल--? क-य- ह- क- म-ल-ं- ----------------- क्या हम कल मिलें? 0
k---ham -al --l-n? kya ham kal milen? k-a h-m k-l m-l-n- ------------------ kya ham kal milen?
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. म-फ--क-न-- क--मैं-नह-ं---स--ँ-ा / स-ूँ-ी म-फ- करन-, कल म-- नह-- आ सक--ग- / सक--ग- म-फ- क-न-, क- म-ं न-ी- आ स-ू-ग- / स-ू-ग- ---------------------------------------- माफ़ करना, कल मैं नहीं आ सकूँगा / सकूँगी 0
m-a--kar--a- --l--a-----hin a----k----a-----ko----e maaf karana, kal main nahin aa sakoonga / sakoongee m-a- k-r-n-, k-l m-i- n-h-n a- s-k-o-g- / s-k-o-g-e --------------------------------------------------- maaf karana, kal main nahin aa sakoonga / sakoongee
Do you already have plans for this weekend? क-य- तु-न------प--ाहा-्- क--लिए-प--- ही------क्---ब---ा-है? क-य- त-मन- इस सप-त-ह-न-त क- ल-ए पहल- ह- क-र-यक-रम बन-य- ह-? क-य- त-म-े इ- स-्-ा-ा-्- क- ल-ए प-ल- ह- क-र-य-्-म ब-ा-ा ह-? ----------------------------------------------------------- क्या तुमने इस सप्ताहान्त के लिए पहले ही कार्यक्रम बनाया है? 0
ky- -umane i-----t-ahaa-t ke lie--ah--e --e-k-aryakr-m ba---y---ai? kya tumane is saptaahaant ke lie pahale hee kaaryakram banaaya hai? k-a t-m-n- i- s-p-a-h-a-t k- l-e p-h-l- h-e k-a-y-k-a- b-n-a-a h-i- ------------------------------------------------------------------- kya tumane is saptaahaant ke lie pahale hee kaaryakram banaaya hai?
Or do you already have an appointment? य- --म किसी--े---ल---व-ल- ह-? य- त-म क-स- स- म-लन- व-ल- ह-? य- त-म क-स- स- म-ल-े व-ल- ह-? ----------------------------- या तुम किसी से मिलने वाले हो? 0
y- t-- ki-ee -e --lane v---e--o? ya tum kisee se milane vaale ho? y- t-m k-s-e s- m-l-n- v-a-e h-? -------------------------------- ya tum kisee se milane vaale ho?
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. मे-ी --य -- -ि----सप-त-हा--त---- म-लें म-र- र-य ह- क- हम सप-त-ह-न-त म-- म-ल-- म-र- र-य ह- क- ह- स-्-ा-ा-्- म-ं म-ल-ं -------------------------------------- मेरी राय है कि हम सप्ताहान्त में मिलें 0
me--e ------a- k----m -a--a--a-nt --i- mi--n meree raay hai ki ham saptaahaant mein milen m-r-e r-a- h-i k- h-m s-p-a-h-a-t m-i- m-l-n -------------------------------------------- meree raay hai ki ham saptaahaant mein milen
Shall we have a picnic? क----हम-प------जा-ँ? क-य- हम प-कन-क ज-ए-? क-य- ह- प-क-ि- ज-ए-? -------------------- क्या हम पिकनिक जाएँ? 0
kya-h-m p---ni----en? kya ham pikanik jaen? k-a h-m p-k-n-k j-e-? --------------------- kya ham pikanik jaen?
Shall we go to the beach? क्य- -म--ि-ारे-पर -ाए-? क-य- हम क-न-र- पर ज-ए-? क-य- ह- क-न-र- प- ज-ए-? ----------------------- क्या हम किनारे पर जाएँ? 0
ky--h-m-k-na-----ar ---n? kya ham kinaare par jaen? k-a h-m k-n-a-e p-r j-e-? ------------------------- kya ham kinaare par jaen?
Shall we go to the mountains? क-य-----प---ों -े- ---ँ? क-य- हम पह-ड-- म-- ज-ए-? क-य- ह- प-ा-ो- म-ं ज-ए-? ------------------------ क्या हम पहाडों में जाएँ? 0
k---ham -ah-adon-mei- j-e-? kya ham pahaadon mein jaen? k-a h-m p-h-a-o- m-i- j-e-? --------------------------- kya ham pahaadon mein jaen?
I will pick you up at the office. म---त--्-े- क---यालय--े-ल- -ू--ा ----ँगी म-- त-म-ह-- क-र-य-लय स- ल- ल--ग- / ल--ग- म-ं त-म-ह-ं क-र-य-ल- स- ल- ल-ँ-ा / ल-ँ-ी ---------------------------------------- मैं तुम्हें कार्यालय से ले लूँगा / लूँगी 0
m-------he- --a--a-la--se--e loo-g- - -----ee main tumhen kaaryaalay se le loonga / loongee m-i- t-m-e- k-a-y-a-a- s- l- l-o-g- / l-o-g-e --------------------------------------------- main tumhen kaaryaalay se le loonga / loongee
I will pick you up at home. मैं -ुम--े- -र -- -------- / लूँ-ी म-- त-म-ह-- घर स- ल- ल--ग- / ल--ग- म-ं त-म-ह-ं घ- स- ल- ल-ँ-ा / ल-ँ-ी ---------------------------------- मैं तुम्हें घर से ले लूँगा / लूँगी 0
main ---hen-gha--s- l- loo-g--/-loon--e main tumhen ghar se le loonga / loongee m-i- t-m-e- g-a- s- l- l-o-g- / l-o-g-e --------------------------------------- main tumhen ghar se le loonga / loongee
I will pick you up at the bus stop. मै--त-म्हे--बस----्ट-- -े ---ल--ग--/ -ूँ-ी म-- त-म-ह-- बस – स-ट-प स- ल- ल--ग- / ल--ग- म-ं त-म-ह-ं ब- – स-ट-प स- ल- ल-ँ-ा / ल-ँ-ी ------------------------------------------ मैं तुम्हें बस – स्टाप से ले लूँगा / लूँगी 0
ma-n-t---en--a----s-a-p -e l- -o-n-- --loo---e main tumhen bas – staap se le loonga / loongee m-i- t-m-e- b-s – s-a-p s- l- l-o-g- / l-o-g-e ---------------------------------------------- main tumhen bas – staap se le loonga / loongee

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Did you know?
Korean is spoken by approximately 75 million people. These people mainly live in North and South Korea. However, there are also Korean minorities in China and Japan. It is still debated as to which language family Korean belongs. The fact that Korea is divided is also noticeable in the language of the two countries. South Korea, for example, adopts many words from English. North Koreans often do not understand these words. The standard languages of both countries are based on the dialects of their respective capital cities. Another feature of the Korean language is its preciseness. For example, the language indicates which relationship speakers have to one another. That means there are a great deal of polite forms of address and many different terms for relatives. The Korean writing system is a letter system. Individual letters are combined as syllables in imaginary squares. Especially interesting are the consonants that function as pictures through their shape. They show which position mouth, tongue, palate and throat have in the pronunciation.