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English-Bishnupriya Manipuri

I

Mi                                                           

He

Ta                                                          

She

Tei                                                         

You

Ti/apnagasi (with respect)

This

Ere

That

Ore

Ago

Come

Aaher

Came

Ahil

Will come

Ahitoi

Open

Angkorlo

Opened

Angkoresil

Will open

Angkortoi

Sit

Boho

Walk 

Aat

Eat

kha

Drink 

Pi

Win 

Jing

Go

Jaga

Run

Dabde

He is eating an apple.

Ta apple ago kharnai.

He ate an apple.

Ta apple ago khasil.

I saw the film last week.

Mi cinema ehan gelga haptat chasilu.

She came by bus yesterday.

Tei kalika bashat koriya ahisili.

They went to the mosque.

Tanu mosjidgot gesilaga.

He slept the whole night.

Ta asta ratihan gumjasil.

He wrote well in the examination.

Ta porikkhahan hobakore desil.

He has eaten.

Ta kheilo.

He will eat.

Ta kheitoi.

He will go.

Ta jitoiga.

He will come.

Ta ahitoi.

What is your name?

Tor nanghan kihan?

What did you do?

Ti kihan korisilethang?

What should I do? 

Mi kihan kortu?

What can I do?

Mi kihan korani parurita?

What are the questions?

Kita kita prosno?

What were the questions?

Kita kita prosno asilta?

What is the last question?

Lomonkar prosno uhan kihan?

What is written in the letter?

Chithi ehan kita likhesita?

What you had been told?

Tore kita matesilata?

What will be the answer?

Uttorhan kihan oitoi?

Why did you come?

Ti kidiya ahile?

Why did you sleep?

Ti kidiya gumjile?

Why did you tell him to go?

To tare kidiya janarka matle?

Why did he bring the bag?

Ta kidiya bag ogo anlota?

Why did she pay the money?

Ta kidiya paisa diyadilota?

Why did they sit there?

Tanu kidiya ohat bohisita?

Why do you drive the car?

Ti kidiya gari ohan chalarta?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Tanu kidiya meeting yowite dilkorlata?

How did you come?

Ti kisare ahile?

How did you sleep?

Ti kisare gumile?

How did you drive?

Ti kisare gari chalile?

How did you write?

Ti kisare likle?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Mor hathat koigo apple ase?

How many did you take?

To koigo loile?

How much did he pay you?

Ta tore koti dilo?

How much distance to go?

Ti kotihan durei jiteigago?

How was the journey yesterday?

Kalikar bulanihan kisare isil?

Which way did you come?

Kisare pothhande ti ahilego?

Which is your favourite colour?

Tor habitto hoba machuhan kihan?

In which room did you sleep?

Kisare sanggot ti gumasilego?

Which story did you tell? 

Kisare warihan ti desilego?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Folmulor maje huatta kisare ota?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Hindit habitto hoba potrikahan kihan?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Kun rajyat habitto besi manu?

Where did you come from?

Ti kurangto ahile?

Where did you sleep?

Ti kurang gumile?

Where is the managers cabin? 

Managergor sanggo kisare ogo?

Where should I go?

Morta kurang jana thok?

Whom should I contact?

Morta kar loge mungamungi ona thok?

Is it a book?

Ehan leirikhan?

It is a book.

Ehan leirikhan.

Is it the answer?

Ehan uttorhan?

It is the answer.

Ehan uttorhan.

Will you come with me?

Ti mor loge ahiteigo?

I shall come with you. 

Mi tor loge ahitou.

Will you give me your pen? 

Tor kolomgo more dergo?

Yes, of course.

Deuri, kiya nattouta.

Do you love me? 

Ti more bahana pargo?

Yes, I love you.

Hai, mi tore bahana pauri.

Can you give me your pen?

Tor kolomgo more dena parteigo?

Can you lift the box?

Baxo ego ti tulani parteigo?

Can you write the exam?

Ti porikkhat likhani parteigo?

Did you have lunch?

Lunch korlego?

How are you?

Kisare kita? / kime kisade?

I am fine.

Mi boli iya asu/ mi hoba.

About Bishnupriya Manipuri language: The Bishnupriya or Bishnupriya Manipuri is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in parts of the Indian states of Assam, Tripura, etc. as well as in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh, Burma, and other countries. Bishnupriyas have two dialects, namely Rajar Gang and Madai Gang. The speakers of the language call it as Manipuri, and often use the term Bishnupriya to distinguish them from other ethnic groups of Manipur. (Reference: Wikipedia)

 

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