Learn Garhwali – Part II: Revision

Learn Garhwali – Part II

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Following is a translation between English and Garhwali sentences:
English
:
What is your name?
Garhwali
:
Tyaar naam kyaa cha?
     
English
:
My name is Kamal.
Garhwali
:
Myaar naam kamal cha.
     
English
:
How are you?
Garhwali
:
Tu ka(n) che?
     
English
:
I am fine.
Garhwali
:
Me theek choun.
     
English
:
Where do you live?
Garhwali
:
Tu kakh rehndi?
     
English
:
I live in Pushp Vihar opposite to Shiv Temple.
Garhwali
:
Me shiv mandir ka saamani Pushp Vihar maa rau(n)du.
     
English
:
In which class do you read?
Garhwali
:
Tu katug maa padhdi?
     
English
:
I read in eleventh class.
Garhwali
:
Me 11 maa.
     
English
:
What is the name of your school?
Garhwali
:
Tumaari school ka naam kyaa cha?
     
English
:
The name of my school is GIC Narayan Nagar.
Garhwali
:
Meri school ka naam GIC Narayan Nagar cha.
     
English
:
How many brothers and sister do you have?
Garhwali
:
Tyaar kathgaa bhaai-bainaa cha(n)?
     
English
:
I have a younger brother and a elder sister.
Garhwali
:
Myaar ek chotu bhai cha aur badi bhuli cha.
     
English
:
What are you doing these days?
Garhwali
:
Ajkaal kya kani che tu?
     
English
:
I am preparing for Civil Services Exams.
Garhwali
:
Me Civil Services ka tyaari kanu chau(n).
     
English
:
What did your father do?
Garhwali
:
Tyaar pitaaji kakh kaam karda(n)?
     
English
:
My father is serving Indian Army.
Garhwali
:
Myaar pitaji faouj maa chan.
     
English
:
How is your grandfather feeling now?
Garhwali
:
Tyaar daada ab kan cha?
     
English
:
He is fine now.
Garhwali
:
Woh ab theek cha(n).
     
English
:
Where in Uttaranchal are you from?
Garhwali
:
Tu Uttaranchal maa(n) ka(n)kh rehndi?
     
English
:
I am from Champawat in Kumaon.
Garhwali
:
Me Kumaon bitik chaoun. Champawat naam cha myar gaon ka.
     
English
:
Had you ever been to Nainital?
Garhwali
:
Tu kabhi Nainital gaye che?
     
English
:
Yes, many times.
Garhwali
:
Haan katkai baar.
     
English
:
Where is your village?
Garhwali
:
Tyaar gaon kakh cha?
     
English
:
My village is in Lohaghat. It is called Raushaal.
Garhwali
:
Myaar gaon Lohaghat ka taraf cha. Naam cha Raushaal.
     
English
:
When did you last visited your village?
Garhwali
:
Pichali baar gaon kab gaye tu?
     
English
:
I visited last year in October.
Garhwali
:
Me pichal saal October ma gaye chyai.
     
English
:
Do you have electricity in your village?
Garhwali
:
Tumaar gaon ma bijali cha?
     
English
:
No.
Garhwali
:
Na yaar.
     
English
:
How many cows and goats do you have?
Garhwali
:
Tyar kathga gor-bakhara chan?
     
English
:
We have 2 cows and 5 goats.
Garhwali
:
Myar dui gaur aur paanch bakhara chan.
     
English
:
How was the wheat crop last year?
Garhwali
:
Geehoon ki fasal kan che pichal saal?
     
English
:
Not too good. The standing crop was destroyed by the rain.
Garhwali
:
Jada badhiya ni che. Barkhaa na saari khadi fasal barbaad kar dyai.
     
English
:
How was the rain in previous season?
Garhwali
:
Barakhaa kan che pichal saal?
     
English
:
It was more than expected.
Garhwali
:
Barakhaa ta kuch jada hi hwai.

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