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विवाद है । स्वागत योग्य है!

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#1 by valerie » Tue Dec 13, 2011 20:37

विवाद है । स्वागत योग्य है! :P
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#2 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 14, 2011 03:45

valerie wrote: विवाद है । स्वागत योग्य है! :P

Hello Valerie,
I think you used some translator because your post makes no sense :lol:
Anyways it was a nice try ;)
Hope you will learn Hindi soon.
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#3 by mutchy126 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:47

ptcscrutiny wrote:
valerie wrote: विवाद है । स्वागत योग्य है! :P

Hello Valerie,
I think you used some translator because your post makes no sense :lol:
Anyways it was a nice try ;)
Hope you will learn Hindi soon.

Translaters such as "Google Translate" or "Yahoo Bablefish" are never 100% Accurate! But most of the time you still get the point of what someone is trying to say!
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#4 by valerie » Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:12

मॅँने यह कहा था और विवाद का स्वागत करती है । मॅँ यह जानता मॅँने गलती में एक समान भाषा को देखते हुए मंच से दूसरे मंच भाषा होती है । क्या यह सही है? मॅँ babylon का प्रयोग करते हैं ।
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#5 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:39

valerie wrote: मॅँने यह कहा था और विवाद का स्वागत करती है । मॅँ यह जानता मॅँने गलती में एक समान भाषा को देखते हुए मंच से दूसरे मंच भाषा होती है । क्या यह सही है? मॅँ babylon का प्रयोग करते हैं ।

It is still wrong with many grammatical errors. I don't want to type in Hindi with the correct grammar as the translator will interpret it differently.
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#6 by valerie » Wed Dec 14, 2011 12:01

Oh well, I tried. :lol:

I don't see how you type in that language. It looks so strange to me. Plus, it looks very difficult to write that way.
Looks like you draw a straight line and then little symbol type scroll lines are your letters.

They say English is the most difficult language to learn but when I look at languages, they all look mighty tough to
learn. It is very interesting how many various languages there are. It makes me wonder, who talked first, who
came up with the talk they talk, who decided on the writings. Maybe all the countries would get along better if
we all talked the same language and wrote the same language. Well, then again, maybe not. Seems it is the
people in power that cause the trouble. There should not be any people in power. :mrgreen:
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#7 by valerie » Sat Feb 18, 2012 03:23

How you write like that?

Do they teach you to draw straight line first and then each little character on each line makes a word?

Anyway.... Hello! :P
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#8 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Feb 18, 2012 03:29

Yes, you write the characters first and then draw a straight line over it. But, there are exceptions. For example, you don't draw a line over characters like थ , ध् , etc.

And no language is difficult if you learn it from a small age ;)
My mother tongue is Hindi, but I find it easier to write in English than Hindi although I converse with people on a daily basis in Hindi.
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#9 by valerie » Sat Feb 18, 2012 03:31

Because those characters already have a little line over them, correct?

I wish I knew some languages besides English. :kitty:
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#10 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Feb 18, 2012 03:35

Not exactly. Characters which have a small circle (°) like थ , ध् don't have a bar/line over them.
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#11 by anupam8060 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 09:04

hi val
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#12 by Sharath412 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 08:37

I missed Hindi classes. :)
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#13 by clickpakcom » Wed Feb 22, 2012 09:22

valerie wrote: How you write like that?

Do they teach you to draw straight line first and then each little character on each line makes a word?

Anyway.... Hello! :P

LOL
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#14 by franx » Sun Jan 13, 2013 00:42

Hindi is not the only language in India but it is understood by most of the Indians. In south English is common for educated class but sometime it is mixed with the native language.

Hindi is written in Devnagari script, which requires drawing of line over the head of the word (not only a single letter) to differentiate between two words even though space is left between two words.

Such lines are not drawn in South Indian scripts, Tamil. Telugu, Kannada & Malayalam.
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