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I

Ma

He/ She

Uha (with respect) & U/ Uni (without respect)

You

Tapaain(with respect)/ Timi(without respect)

This

Yo

That

Tyo

A

Auta

To Open

Kolna

To Sit

Basnu

To Walk

Hidnu

To Eat

Khannu

To drink

Peeunu

To Win

Jeetana

To run

Dauda

I go

Ma janchhu

He goes

U janchha

He eats an apple.

Usle syau khanchha.

He is eating an apple.

Usle syau khai raheko cha.

He ate an apple.

Usle syau khayo.

I saw the film last week.

Maile gata hafta chalchitra hereo.

She came by bus yesterday.

Uni hijo bus chadhera aayin.

They went to the mosque.

Tini haru mosque gayen.

He slept the whole night.

Uni raat bhari sutyo.

He wrote well in the examination.

Usle pariksha ramro lekhyo.

He has eaten.

Usle khayeko chha.

He will go.

Uha jancha.

He will come.

Uha aoucha.

What is your name?

Timro/ Taapainko (with respect) naam ke ho?

What

Ke

Is

Ho

Your

Timro (without respect)/ Tapaainko

Name

Naam

What did you do?

Timileyake ghareyaou?

What can I do?

Ma ke gharna sakchhu ta?

What are the questions?

Prasna haru ke chhan ta?

What were the questions?

Prasna haru kata gaye?

What is the last question?

Antim prasna ke ho?

What is written in the letter?

Chithhi ma ke lekheko chha?

What will be the answer?

Uttar ke huncha?

Why did you come?

Timi kina ayako?

Why did you sleep?

Timi kina suteko?

Why did she pay the money?

Unle paisa kina tireko?

Why did they sit there?

Tiniharu tyaha kina baseko?

Why do you drive the car?

Timile gadi kina chalayako?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Tiniharu-le baithak ko lagi kina dhilo gareko?

How did you come?

Timi kasari ayau?

How did you write?

Timile kasto lekhyo?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Mero hath ma kati ota syau chha?

How many did you take?

Timile kati ota linchhau?

How much did he pay you?

Usle timilai kati tiryo?

How much distance to go?

Jana lai kati duri chha?

How was the journey yesterday?

Hijo ko yatra kasto bhayo?

Which way did you come?

Timi kun batoo auchhau?

Which is your favourite colour?

Timro man parne rang kun ho?

In which room did you sleep?

Timi kun kotha ma suteko theyo?

Which story did you tell?

Timli kun katha bhanyo?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Sabai bhanda mitho falful kun ho?

Which is the best newspaper in Nepali?

Nepali ma sabai bhanda ramro patrika kun ho?

Where did you come from?

Timi kaha bata ayako?

Where did you sleep?

Timi kaha sutchhau?

Where should I go?

Ma kaha jau?

Whom should I contact?

Ma kaslai samparka garu?

Is it a book?

Yo auta kitab ho?

It is a book

Yo kitab ho.

Will you come with me?

Ke timi ma sanga auchhau?

I shall come with you.

Ma timi sanga auchhu.

Yes, of course.

Ho, bhaieehalcha ne.

Do you love me?

Ke timi malai maya garchau?

Yes, I love you.

Ho, ma timilai maya garchu.

Can you give me your pen?

Ke timi malai timro kalam dena sakchhau?

Can you write the exam?

Timile exam diyo sakchhau?

Did you have your food?

Timile khana khayo?

How are you?

Timilai kasto chhaa?

I am fine.

Ma sanchai chhu.

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About Nepali language: Nepali or Nepalese is an Indo-Aryan language. It is the official language of Nepal and is also spoken in India, Bhutan, Myanmar and by worldwide Nepalese diaspora. Nepali is spoken in the Indian state of Sikkim, West Bengal (Darjeeling district) as well as Assam. Historically, the language was first called the Khas language, then Gorkhali or Gurkhali (language of the Gorkha Kingdom) before the term Nepali was taken from Nepal Bhasa. Other names include Parbatiya ("mountain language", identified with the Parbatiya people of Nepal) and Lhotshammikha (the "southern language" of the Lhotshampa people of Bhutan). (Reference: Wikipedia)

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