Let us try to learn how to use simple words, by using them in simple sentences.
|Word||Meaning||Pronunciation||Example sentence||Translation||How to read||Audio||Comment|
|मम||my||mama||मम नाम शिवः।||My name is Shiva||mama naama shivaH||[swf file=""]||naama = name|
|भवतः||your (masculine)||bhavataH||भवतः नाम किम्?(पुरुषम् अधिकृत्य)||What is your name? (Masculine)||bhavataH naama kim?||kim=what|
|भवत्याः||your (feminine)||bhavatyaH||भवत्याः नाम किम्?(स्त्रीम् अधिकृत्य)||What is your name? (Feminine)||bhavatyaH naama kim?|
|सः||He||saH||सः गणेशः||He is Ganesh||saH ganeshaH||saH = He|
|सा||She||saa||सा माला||She is Mala||saa maalaa||saa = She|
|तत्||That||tat||तत् पुस्तकम्||That is Book||tat pustakam||tat = That|
So we have learnt how to speak very simple sentences in Sanskrit. See, it is not hard at all! For all the introductory lessons, we will aim to provide the pronunciation both in English alphabets as well as in audio. That way you would not have to get intimidated by the prospect of learning a new alphabet to begin with. To begin with, focus will be on learning the words, making simple sentences and learning simple rules of grammar.