Learn Kumaoni – Part 1

Following is a translation between English and Kumaoni sentences:
English
:
What is your name?
Kumaoni
:
Tumar naam ki cha?
 
English
:
My name is Kamal.
Kumaoni
:
Merr naam Kamal cha.
     
English
:
How are you?
Kumaoni
:
Ki haal hariyaan?
     
English
:
I am fine. How are you?
Kumaoni
:
Main theek choo(n). Tum kas chou?
     
English
:
How are other members of the family?
Kumaoni
:
Ghar pan sab kas chan?
     
English
:
They all are fine.
Kumaoni
:
Sab theek chan.
     
English
:
What are you doing these days?
Kumaoni
:
Tum achalo ki karno ha?
     
English
:
I am teaching in a school.
Kumaoni
:
Main school main paroon chou(n).
     
English
:
Where do you live?
Kumaoni
:
Tum kaa(n) roo(n)chaa?
     
English
:
I live in Pushp Vihar near Saket
Kumaoni
:
Main pushp vihar saketak paas roo(n)chou.
     
English
:
Who else lives with you?
Kumaoni
:
Aur ghar mein ko ko rooni tumaar dagad?
     
English
:
I live with my parents, younger sister, elder brother and bhabi.
Kumaoni
:
Main apan eza-baabu, naani beni, thul dada aur bauji dagad roo(n)chou.
     
English
:
So your elder brother got married? When?
Kumaoni
:
O..tumar thul dadak byaah haigo? Kabin?
     
English
:
Yes, he got married last year.
Kumaoni
:
Hooye, ook byaah pichal saal haigou.
     
English
:
In which class is your sister studying?
Kumaoni
:
Tumari naani baeni ko wali class main pare(n)?
     
English
:
She is studying in 11th class.
Kumaoni
:
Woh egyarah mein pade(n)
     
English
:
What are doing this Sunday?
Kumaoni
:
Tum Itvaar din ki karchaa?
     
English
:
Nothing planned as such.
Kumaoni
:
Aaj tak kei na sochi.
     
English
:
Why don’t you come to our home on Sunday?
Kumaoni
:
To tum Itvaar din hamar ghar kalie na oona?
     
English
:
Everyone will be happy to see you after such a long time.
Kumaoni
:
Sab tumuko(n) bahut din baad dekhi ber khush haie jaala.
     
English
:
I myself want to see them all. I will try to come on Sunday
Kumaoni
:
Mein lag oonuk dekh ber khushi holi. Mein itvaar din oonake koshish karou(n)l.
     
English
:
Ok. I shall leave now.
Kumaoni
:
Theek cha. Main jaanchou aab.
     
English
:
Well, see you on Sunday.
Kumaoni
:
Theek cha pein Itvaar din miloon.
     
English
:
Ok. Good Night.
Kumaoni
:
Theek cha. Par jano pein.

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