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I

Mai

He

U

She

U

You

Tu/ tor

It

E

A

Yak

Come

Aawa

Open

Khola

Sit

Baitha

Walk

Chala

Eat

Khawa

Drink

Piba

Go

Jaa

Run

Bhaga

He is eating an apple.

U seb khaat ba.

He ate an apple.

U seb khais.

I saw the film last week.

Mae bete saftah filam dekhen.

She came by bus yesterday.

U kaal buswa se aai.

They went to the villege.

U gaav ma gayen.

He slept the whole night.

U poori ratiya sowes.

He wrote well in the examination.

U parichha ma badiya likhes.

He has eaten.

U khai lehe ahai.

He had eaten.

U khai lehe raha.

He had gone.

U chala gawa raha.

He had come.

U aaya raha.

He will eat.

U khaye.

He will go.

U jaye.

He will come.

U aaye.

What is your name?

Tohar naam kaa ahai?

What

Kaa

Is

Ahai

Your

Tohar

Name

Naaw

What did you do?

Tu kao karya?

What should I do?

Hum kao kari?

What can I do?

Hum kao kai sakit hai?

What are the questions?

Sawal ka ahen?

What were the questions?

Sawal ka rahen?

What is the last question?

Aakhri sawal ka ahai?

What is written in the letter?

Chitthi ma ka likha ahai?

What you had been told?

Tohka ka batawa raha?

What will be the answer?

Jawab ka hoye?

 

Why did you come?

Tu kahen aaya?

Why did you sleep?

Tu kahen soya?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tu oka jaai ka kahen kaheya?

Why did he bring the bag?

U basta kahen lai ke aaya?

Why did she pay the money?

U paisa kahen diya?

Why did they sit there?

U huwa kahen baithen ba?

Why do you drive the car?

Tu gaadi kahen chalawat theya?

Why did they come late for the meeting?

U meeting ke tai deir se kahe awa?

How did you come?

Tu kaise aaya?

How did you sleep?

Tu kaise soya?

How did you drive the car?

Tu car kaise chalaya?

How did you write?

Tu kaise likhya?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Hamre haath ma ketna seb ahai?

How many did you take?

Tu ketna lehya?

How much did he pay you?

U tohka ketna rupiya dehes?

How much distance to go?

Aur ketna dur jaai ka ahai?

How was the journey yesterday?

Kaal ke safar kaisa raha?

Which way did you come?

Tu kaune raste se aaya?

Which is your favourite colour?

Tohre man ke rang kaun ba?

In which room did you sleep?

Tu kaune kamra ma soya?

Which story did you tell?

Tu kaun kahani sunaya?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Sabse meeth fal kaun ba?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Sabse theek Hindi akhbaar kaun ba?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Bharat ke kaune rajya ke jansankhya subse bahut ba?

Where are you coming from?

Tu kahan se aai haya?

Where did you sleep?

Tu kahan soya?

Where is the managerís cabin?

Manager ke cabin kahan ahai?

Where should I go?

Hum kahan jaai?

Whom should I meet?

Hum kesi mile?

Is it a book?

Ka e kitaab aa?

It is a book.

E kitaab aa.

Is it the answer?

Ka e jawab aa?

It is the answer.

E jawab aa.

Will you come with me?

Ka tu hamre saathe auba?

I shall come with you.

Hum tohre saathe aaub.

Will you give me your pen?

Ka tu hamay aapan kalam deba?

Of course.

Kaahe naye.

Do you love me?

Ka tu humka mohaat hya?

Yes, I love you.

Ha, hum tohka mohait he.

No. I donít love you.

Na, hum tohka nai mohait.

Can you give me your pen?

Tu hamka aapan kalam dai sakat hya?

Can you lift the box?

Tu dabba uthai sakat hya?

Can you write the exam?

Ka tu parikhsha likh le sakat hya?

Did you have lunch?

Tohar dupahar ke khana bhay?

How are you?

Tu kaise haya?

I am fine.

Hum badhiya hai.

 

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About Awadhi language: Awadhi is spoken chiefly in the Awadh (Oudh) region of Uttar Pradesh in India and Nepal although its speakers are also found in Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Delhi. A mixture of Awadhi, Brij Bhasha and Bundeli is also spoken in the Vatsa country (Lower Doab) south of Awadh region which includes Kanpur and Allahabad. Awadhi is also known by alternate names of Abadhi, Abadi, Abohi, Ambodhi, Avadhi, Baiswari, Lakhanawi, Kojali, Kosali and Dehati. (Reference: Wikipedia)

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