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English-Kashmiri

I

Bu

He

Su

She

So

You

Che

It

Yuh

A

Aakh

Come

Pakh

Came

Aav

Will come

Bu yumh

Open

Khulav

Opened

Khulavith

Will open

Bu khulav

Sit

Beh

Walk

Pakh

Eat

Kheh

Drink

Cheh

Win

Jaen

Go

Ghas

Run

Dour

I go

Bu ghas

He goes

Su ghasuh

He eats an apple

Su chu aakh choonth khayvan

He ate an apple

Taem kyav aakh choonth

I saw the film last week

Mae witch film patme haftuh

She came by bus yesterday

So aaye buse manj rath

They went to the temple

Tim draey mandarus kun

He slept the whole night

Su os puruh raatas shongith

He wrote well in the examination

Team lukh imtihan jan peath

What is your name?

Che kya chui nav?

What

Kya

Is

Chui

Your

Chon

Name

Nav

What did you do?

Che kya koruth?

What should I do?

Bu kya kar?

What can I do?

Bu kya hekh karith?

What are the questions?

Sawal kya chuh?

What were the questions?

Sawal kya aes?

What is the last question?

Akhri sawal kya chu?

What is written in the letter?

Chith manj kya chu leekhit?

What you had been told?

Che kya osui wonmut?

What will be the answer?

Jawab kya ayse?

Why did you come?

Che kyaes aakh?

Why did you sleep?

Che kyaes shongukh?

Why did you tell him to go?

Che kyaes wonuth humis ghajtshnuh khetruh?

Why did he bring the bag?

Taem kyaes aun bag?

Why did she pay the money?

Taem kyeas dit paese?

Why did they sit there?

Tim kyaes beeth hutnes?

Why do you drive the car?

Che kithpeth chukh gaed chalavan?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Tim kyaes gey late meeting khetruh?

How did you come?

Che kithpeth aakh?

How did you sleep?

Che kithpeth shongukh?

How did you drive?

Che kithpeth chalowoth?

How did you write?

Che kithpeth liukuth?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Myenes athas manj kityah choonth che?

How many did you take?

Che keethayh ratih?

How much did he pay you?

Huim kootah dyutnay che?

How much distance to go?

Wyan kootah door chu gachun?

How was the journey yesterday?

Ratuk safar kyuth oos?

Which way did you come?

Che kapere aakh?

Which is your favourite colour?

Che kus rang chui saryi khot jyad kosh karan?

In which room did you sleep?

Che kath kamrus manj osukh shongith?

Which story did you tell?

Che kos story boznowuth?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Saryi khot modur fruit kus hiu chu?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Saryi khot jan hindi akhbar kus hiu chu?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

India hus manj saryi khot jyada lukh kath state hus manj che rozan?

 

Where did you come from?

Che kaet peth aakh?

Where did you sleep?

Che katnus osukh shongith?

Where is the managerís cabin?

Manager sund cabin kaet chu?

Where should I go?

Buh kot ghas?

Whom should I contact?

Buh kamis mael?

Has he eaten?

Taem kyav?

Had he eaten?

Taem os khyomut?

Had he gone?

Su os gomut?

Had he come?

Su os aamut?

Will he eat?

Su khaey?

Will he go?

Su ghasie?

He will come

Su ee?

Is it a book?

Ye cha akh kitab?

It is a book

Ye che akh kitab.

Is it the answer?

Yohoy cha jawab?

It is the answer

Yohoy chu jawab.

Will you come with me?

Che ikh mei seeth?

I shall come with you.

Buh emiov tyoh seeth.

Will you give me your pen?

Che dikheh panun pen meh?

Yes, of course.

Aahn suh, kyaz ney?

Can you give me your pen?

Che haekhe panun pen meh dith?

Can you lift the box?

Che haekhe dubh tulith?

Can you write the exam?

Che haekhe likhit exam?

Did you have your lunch?

Che kyothe bat?

About Kashmiri language: Kashmiri is spoken primarily in the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. There are nearly 6 million speakers throughout India, according to the Census of 2001. The Kashmiri language is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India. (Reference: Wikipedia)