Difference between revisions of "Hindi and English"

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Postposition can be simple or ke + adv/noun.
Postposition can be simple or + adv/noun.
===Genitive phrase===
===Genitive phrase===
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SN-obl ke-$GEN.$NBR.nom SN-$GEN.$NBR.nom
SN-obl -$GEN.$NBR.nom SN-$GEN.$NBR.nom

Revision as of 16:23, 2 June 2013

Todo list

Main article: /Work plan
  • Check that the story is correctly translated from English to Hindi and that there are no missing sentences.
  • Fix spelling errors in the story.
  • Add other personal pronouns on the model of 'I' -- in both the Hindi dictionary and the bilingual dictionary.
  • Come up with short example sentences (they should include a verb) for common postpositions "with the cat" "under the table". etc.



Grammar stuff

Noun phrase

Postpositional phrase

 NP-obl post

Postposition can be simple or kā + adv/noun.

Genitive phrase

SN-obl kā-$GEN.$NBR.nom SN-$GEN.$NBR.nom

Verb patterns

See also