Learn Kumaoni – Part 3

Following is a translation between English and Kumaoni sentences:
English
:
Do you know kumaoni?
Kumaoni
:
Tum kumaoni janchha?
     
English
:
Yes, a little bit of it.
Kumaoni
:
Hoi thori bahut jannoo.
     
English
:
Can you speak kumaoni?
Kumaoni
:
Tum Kumaoni bule lichha?
     
English
:
No. But I can understand Kumaoni.
Kumaoni
:
Na yaar, lekin Kumaoni samajh leenu.
     
English
:
Do you want to learn kumaoni?
Kumaoni
:
Tum Kumaoni sikhen chachhaa?
     
English
:
Yes. I want to learn it.
Kumaoni
:
Hoi mee Kumaoni sikhen chaanoo.
     
English
:
When did you buy this mobile phone?
Kumaoni
:
Tumool mobil phone kabhei lechh?
     
English
:
I bought it last month.
Kumaoni
:
Meel pichhali mahen main lechha.
     
English
:
What is your phone number?
Kumaoni
:
Tumer phone number key(a) chhoo?
     
English
:
My mobile number is 9818123456.
Kumaoni
:
Meyar mobile number 9818123456 chhoo.
     
English
:
Do you know Anil Mehra?
Kumaoni
:
Tum Anil Mehra k(a) jaanchha?
     
English
:
Yes, he is the Sarpanch of your village.
Kumaoni
:
Hoi. Oo humar gaonk serpanch chhee.
     
English
:
Are you married?
Kumaoni
:
Tumer beyaah hai go chha?
     
English
:
Yes, I am married for three years.
Kumaoni
:
Hoi meayar beyah teen saal pali hoi gachhee.
     
English
:
Where are you married from?
Kumaoni
:
Tumer beyaah ka batik honchh?
     
English
:
I am married from Jageshwar in Almora.
Kumaoni
:
Meyar beyaah Jageshwar batik honch, jo ki Almor main chhoo.
     
English
:
How many children do you have?
Kumaoni
:
Tumar kaduk nantin chhee?
     
English
:
I have only one daughter.
Kumaoni
:
Meri kewal ek cheli chhoo.
     
English
:
When are you going to marry?
Kumaoni
:
Tum beyaah kabhai kerar rachha?
     
English
:
I haven’t decided it yet.
Kumaoni
:
Meel aayee tai kuch nee soochi.
     
English
:
Will you marry me?
Kumaoni
:
Tum mee dagar(d) beyaah karlaa?
     
English
:
I need some time to think about it.
Kumaoni
:
Meek kuchh tame deao soachare leje.
     
English
:
Where do you work?
Kumaoni
:
Tum k(a) kaam kerchha.
     
English
:
I work in a Call Centre in Delhi.
Kumaoni
:
Mee Delii main ek Call Centre mai kaam keranoo.
     
English
:
When will you come?
Kumaoni
:
Tum kabhai aala?
     
English
:
I will come on Tuesday evening.
Kumaoni
:
Mee mangalvar beauh ool.
     
English
:
Will you drink tea?
Kumaoni
:
Tum chaha peela?
     
English
:
No. Not now.
Kumaoni
:
Na. Alle naa.
     
English
:
Would you like to have tea or coffee?
Kumaoni
:
Kya tum chaahaa cofee pasand nee kerana?
     
English
:
I would like to have coffee.
Kumaoni
:
Mee coffee pasand keranoo.
     
English
:
Have you had your lunch?
Kumaoni
:
Tamool khan khai haucha?
     
English
:
No. I am on fast today.
Kumaoni
:
Na, aaj meayr bart chhoo.
     
English
:
Shall I go?
Kumaoni
:
Aachha hitanoo pai(n)?
     
English
:
You can go after some time.
Kumaoni
:
Bhato, thori der baad leh jaaya.
     
English
:
May I come in?
Kumaoni
:
Mee bhiter aaye sakunu?
     
English
:
Yes. You don’t need any permission for that.
Kumaoni
:
Hoi. Kilak naa, tamukoo puchar jaroorat naaithi.
     
English
:
Do I talk much?
Kumaoni
:
Meel jyada batul to nee kehal.
     
English
:
Shall I tell you the truth?
Kumaoni
:
Mee tamuka sachhi baat batul?

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