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English-Assamese (Axomiya)

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I

Moi

He

Xi

She

Tai

You

Toi / tumi / aapuni

It

Eitu

This

Eitu

That

Xeitu

A

Eta

Come(You come)

Aah/ aahan/ aahok

Came

Ahisilu (I came), ahisile (he/ they came)

Will come

Aahim(I will come)/ aahibo (he, they will come)

Open

Khul/ khula/ khulok

Opened

Khulilu( I opened), khulile (he/they opened)

Will open

Khulibo

Sit

Boh/ boha/ bohok

Walk

Bol/ bola/ bolok

Eat

Kha/ khuwa/ khaok

Drink

Kha/ khuwa/ khaok

Win

Jika

Go

Ja/ juwa/ jaaok

Run

Dour/ doura/ dourok

He is eating an apple.

Xi aapel khai ase.

He ate an apple.

Xi aapel khale.

I saw the film last week.

Moi juwa xoptah, film khon salu.

She came by bus yesterday.

Tai juwa kali bus’ere ahile.

They went to the mosque.

Teuluk masjid’oloi goisile.

He slept the whole night.

Xi gutei raati tu xule.

He wrote well in the examination.

Xi porikkha bhaalke dise.

He has eaten.

Xi khale.

He had eaten.

Xi khaisile.

He had gone.

Xi goisile.

He had come.

Xi aahisile.

He will eat.

Xi khabo.

He will go.

Xi jabo.

He will come.

Xi aahibo.

What is your name?

Tumar naam ki?

What

Ki

Your

Tumar

Name

Naam

What did you do?

Tumi ki korila?

What should I do?

Moi ki koribo lage?

What can I do?

Moi ki koribo paru?

What are the questions?

Prosno keita ki?

What were the questions?

Proshno keita ki asile?

What is written in the letter?

Sithi khonot ki likha ase?

What you had been told?

Tumak ki kuwa hoise?

What will be the answer?

Uttor tu ki hobo?

Why did you come?

Tumi kio ahisa?

Why did you sleep?

Tumi kio xuisa?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tumi taak kio jabole kola?

Why did he bring the bag?

Xi bag tu kio anisile?

Why did she pay the money?

Taai poisa kio disile?

Why did they sit there?

Tahate/teuluke iyaat kio bohisile?

Why do you drive the car?

Tumi gaari kio soluwa?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Tahate/teuluke xomabex’or baabe kio derikoi ahise?

How did you come?

Tumi kenekoi ahila?

How did you sleep?

Tumi kenekoi xula?

How did you drive?

Tumi kenekoi solala?

How did you write?

Tumi kenekoi likhila?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Mur haatot keita aapel aase?

How many did you take?

Tumi keita lola?

How much did he pay you?

Xi/teu tumak kiman dile?

How much distance to go?

Aaru kiman dur jabole ase?

How was the journey yesterday?

Juwa kalir jatra kene gol?

Which way did you come?

Tumi kun raasta di ahisa?

Which is your favourite colour?

Tumar priyo rong ki?

In which room did you sleep?

Tumi kun tu room’ot xula?

Which story did you tell?

Tumi kun tu xaadhu xunala?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Kun tu fal ataitkoi besi mitha?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Kun khon Hindi baatori kaakot ataitkoi bhal?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Bharotor kun khon rajyor jonoxonkhya ataitkoi besi?

Where did you come from?

Tumi kor pora ahisa?

Where did you sleep?

Tumi kot xula?

Where should I go?

Moi kot jabo lage?

Whom should I contact?

Moi kaak jugajug koribo lage?

Is it a book?

Aikhon kitaap ne?

It is a book

Aikhon kitaap hoi

Is it the answer?

Eitu uttor neki?

It is the answer

Eitu uttor hoi

Will you come with me?

Tumi mur logot ahiba ne?

I shall come with you.

Moi tumar logot jabo lage

Can you give me your pen?

Tumi muk tumar kolom tu dibo pariba ne?

Yes, of course.

O nissoi.

Do you love me?

Tumi muk bhal puwa ne?

Yes, I love you.

O moi tumak bhal paau.

Can you lift the box?

Tumi baakos tu uthabo pariba ne?

Can you write the exam?

Tumi porikkhat likhibo pariba ne?

Did you have lunch?

Tumi duporiya aahar khala ne?

How are you?

Tumi kene asa?

I am fine.

Moi bhaale asu.

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About Assamese language: Assamese or Asamiya is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language used mainly in the state of Assam in India. It is the official language of Assam. It is also spoken in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and other northeast Indian states. (Reference:Wikipedia)