Lesson 10 A - Forming Sentences - Smooth seas never a sailor made!
A bit of turbulent weather with new words and verbs thrown at you, and you will come out of these stormy sentence sessions, brimming with confidence. Most of these words are familiar. Some are not. Throw a quick glance over these guys once a day, and you will have all these words and verbs at your fingertips. Space out these exercises throughout the week, if you wish. All the best!
| राज्यम् kingdom N
|| तुद् ( तुदति to give pain/unhappiness, to trouble. )
|| अपि also/too
| उद्यानम् garden N
|| घ्रा (जिघ्रति to smell )
|| न not
| गृहम् house N
| विश् (विशति to enter)
| ज्ञानम् knowledge N
नरः man M
| इष् (इच्छति to desire/want)
| सत्यम् truth N
|| स्पृश् (स्पृशति to touch)
| चौरः / चोरः thief M
|| पच् (पचति to cook)
The man goes to the garden. नरः उद्यानं गच्छति |
He enters the garden. सः उद्यानं विशति |
He sees a flower. सः पुष्पं पश्यति |
He sees a fruit too. सः फलम् अपि पश्यति |
Do you want to try your hand at it now? Here goes... A request--thou shalt laugh uproariously at my concocted sentences and make thy day!
- The thief goes to a house.
- He sees wealth.
- He touches the wealth.
- He desires the wealth.
- He steals the wealth.
- The king sees the thief.
- When the thief sees the king, then he runs.
- The king also runs.
- He protects the wealth.
- The two sons go to the garden.
- They both see trees, flowers, fruits and leaves.
- They both touch the trees, flowers fruits and leaves.
- They both want the fruits.
- They both eat the fruits there.
- Many boys are playing.
- They run.
- They laugh.
- They do not see the tree.
- They fall.
- The father and the son are remembering the good man.
- They (both) ( as in the father and son)cook.
- The good man enters the house.
- He eats a meal.
- He takes away food ( doggy bag.)
- The good man speaks the truth.
- You too speak the truth.
- You are a good man.
- I am a bad man.
- I do not speak the truth.
- I trouble the father and the good man .
- The two of you are always playing.
- Now the two of you are studying.
- Where are the two of you eating?
- Where( यत्र ) the two of you are eating, there the two of us are also eating.
- All of you are entering school.
- There all of you see the teacher.
- You bow down to the teacher.
- I also see the teacher.
- Now, I am also bowing to the teacher.
- When I bow to the teacher, then you also bow to the teacher.
- When are you going to school?
- When I see the sun, I go to school.
- When I see the moon, I go home.
- The two of us are entering the house.
- The two of us see the father and the son.
- They are reading a book.
- The two wise men are also reading two books.
- The two of us ask the two wise men a question.
- All of us are remembering the good men.
- All of us are smelling flowers.
- All of us are playing now and all of you are studying there.
Answers in Lesson 10 B.
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