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56 [fifty-six]

Feelings

Feelings

५६ [छप्पन]

56 [chhappan]

भावनाएँ

[bhaavanaen]

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to feel like / want to इ------ोना इच-छ- ह-न- इ-्-ा ह-न- ---------- इच्छा होना 0
ichc----h-na ichchha hona i-h-h-a h-n- ------------ ichchha hona
We feel like. / We want to. ह-ार--इ-्छ---ै हम-र- इच-छ- ह- ह-ा-ी इ-्-ा ह- -------------- हमारी इच्छा है 0
ham--r-e i---hh- --i hamaaree ichchha hai h-m-a-e- i-h-h-a h-i -------------------- hamaaree ichchha hai
We don’t feel like. / We do’t want to. हमारी-क-- इच्छा ---ं-है हम-र- क-ई इच-छ- नह-- ह- ह-ा-ी क-ई इ-्-ा न-ी- ह- ----------------------- हमारी कोई इच्छा नहीं है 0
h-maa-e---o---ichc-ha--a--n h-i hamaaree koee ichchha nahin hai h-m-a-e- k-e- i-h-h-a n-h-n h-i ------------------------------- hamaaree koee ichchha nahin hai
to be afraid ड- लगना डर लगन- ड- ल-न- ------- डर लगना 0
d-r--ag-na dar lagana d-r l-g-n- ---------- dar lagana
I’m afraid. म-झ- डर-लगता -ै म-झ- डर लगत- ह- म-झ- ड- ल-त- ह- --------------- मुझे डर लगता है 0
m---- --- lagat- -ai mujhe dar lagata hai m-j-e d-r l-g-t- h-i -------------------- mujhe dar lagata hai
I am not afraid. म-झ- -र-न-ी--ल-ता म-झ- डर नह-- लगत- म-झ- ड- न-ी- ल-त- ----------------- मुझे डर नहीं लगता 0
m-jh---ar-na-in la---a mujhe dar nahin lagata m-j-e d-r n-h-n l-g-t- ---------------------- mujhe dar nahin lagata
to have time सम-----ा समय ह-न- स-य ह-न- -------- समय होना 0
s---y----a samay hona s-m-y h-n- ---------- samay hona
He has time. उस-े पा- ----है उसक- प-स समय ह- उ-क- प-स स-य ह- --------------- उसके पास समय है 0
us------as sama--hai usake paas samay hai u-a-e p-a- s-m-y h-i -------------------- usake paas samay hai
He has no time. उसक- --स------हीं-है उसक- प-स समय नह-- ह- उ-क- प-स स-य न-ी- ह- -------------------- उसके पास समय नहीं है 0
usak- paa----m-y n-hi--h-i usake paas samay nahin hai u-a-e p-a- s-m-y n-h-n h-i -------------------------- usake paas samay nahin hai
to be bored ऊ-----ा ऊब ज-न- ऊ- ज-न- ------- ऊब जाना 0
o-b-j-a-a oob jaana o-b j-a-a --------- oob jaana
She is bored. व- -ब -- है वह ऊब गई ह- व- ऊ- ग- ह- ----------- वह ऊब गई है 0
v-----b ---e -ai vah oob gaee hai v-h o-b g-e- h-i ---------------- vah oob gaee hai
She is not bored. वह ------ी---ै वह ऊब- नह-- ह- व- ऊ-ी न-ी- ह- -------------- वह ऊबी नहीं है 0
va- o--ee-na------i vah oobee nahin hai v-h o-b-e n-h-n h-i ------------------- vah oobee nahin hai
to be hungry भ---ल-ना भ-ख लगन- भ-ख ल-न- -------- भूख लगना 0
b---k- la---a bhookh lagana b-o-k- l-g-n- ------------- bhookh lagana
Are you hungry? क्या त-- -ोगों-को-भूख --ी--ै? क-य- त-म ल-ग-- क- भ-ख लग- ह-? क-य- त-म ल-ग-ं क- भ-ख ल-ी ह-? ----------------------------- क्या तुम लोगों को भूख लगी है? 0
k-----m -ogo---o-bho-k- l-----h--? kya tum logon ko bhookh lagee hai? k-a t-m l-g-n k- b-o-k- l-g-e h-i- ---------------------------------- kya tum logon ko bhookh lagee hai?
Aren’t you hungry? क्------ ल-ग-ं-क- --- --ी--लगी ह-? क-य- त-म ल-ग-- क- भ-ख नह-- लग- ह-? क-य- त-म ल-ग-ं क- भ-ख न-ी- ल-ी ह-? ---------------------------------- क्या तुम लोगों को भूख नहीं लगी है? 0
kya-t-m-l--on k--b----- nahin-l--ee--a-? kya tum logon ko bhookh nahin lagee hai? k-a t-m l-g-n k- b-o-k- n-h-n l-g-e h-i- ---------------------------------------- kya tum logon ko bhookh nahin lagee hai?
to be thirsty प्या--लगना प-य-स लगन- प-य-स ल-न- ---------- प्यास लगना 0
p-a-s-l----a pyaas lagana p-a-s l-g-n- ------------ pyaas lagana
They are thirsty. उ--ो ---ा- लग- -ै उनक- प-य-स लग- ह- उ-क- प-य-स ल-ी ह- ----------------- उनको प्यास लगी है 0
unako p-a---lag-e --i unako pyaas lagee hai u-a-o p-a-s l-g-e h-i --------------------- unako pyaas lagee hai
They are not thirsty. उन---प्य-स-न--- लगी -ै उनक- प-य-स नह-- लग- ह- उ-क- प-य-स न-ी- ल-ी ह- ---------------------- उनको प्यास नहीं लगी है 0
u-------aas-----n-l--e- hai unako pyaas nahin lagee hai u-a-o p-a-s n-h-n l-g-e h-i --------------------------- unako pyaas nahin lagee hai

Secret Languages

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