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Simple Selected Verb: Writing


Let us learn few more verbs in this section. Likhati (लिखति), likhasi (लिखसि) and likhaami (लिखामि) mean 'writing'. Likhati (लिखति) is used along with the third person singular forms, where as likhasi (लिखसि) is used with the second person singular form and likhaami (लिखामि) is the form of the verb that is used along with the first person singular form.


Word Pronunciation Meaning (In that order)

Simple Selected Verb: Playing


This section introduces the verbs kreedati (क्रीडति), kreedasi (क्रीडसि) and kreedaami (क्रीडामि). Kreedati (क्रीडति) means 'playing'. Again, the verb kreedati (क्रीडति) is used along with the pronoun 'he' or 'she'. 'He is playing' means saha kreedati (सः क्रीडति). Kreedaami (क्रिडामि) is used with the first person singular. The word kreedasi (क्रीडसि) is used with the second person singular.


Simple Pronoun: I, We, You and You


The word aham (अहम्) means 'I'. Let us use the word aham (अहम्) along with the verb pathaami (पठामि) which makes the simple sentence aham pathaami (अहं पठामि), meaning, 'I read'.


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