Gender Phrases

nanthinni-h

nanthinni-h

Hi My name is hamsa, i know hindi but i am a little confused of the femine and masculine gender. when a lady says " i speak english" ahould she be saying " main angrezi bothi hun" or "boltha" hun.....It should be bolthi hun right? and what are the most common words used for masculine and femine . why in certain speeches lady say kartha hun and guys using "karthi hai" etc etc i do not understand the Femine and masculine words..please do help me with this ...... Awaiting for your reply With best regards Hamsa
laxmipuja30-l

laxmipuja30-l

nemaste nikita ji i never think that find any hindi learn in audio but realy realy thankyou for ur helping and sorry i didnt think my mails have realy replay sorry
Chinku-T

Chinku-T

admi is a man with the i and mata is a mom and is fememine with the a. muchli is a fish girl fenime word ect
John-H8

John-H8

Hi Hamsa, Reply to your first question: मैं अंग्रेज़ी बोलती हूँ - Main angrezi boltee(ii) hun.- I speak English.(A speaker is female) मैं अंग्रेज़ी बोलता हूँ - Main angrezi boltaa hun - I speak English (A speaker is male) Yes, you are right. Reply to your second question: Your question is not quite clear. You have to give the whole sentence from the lession. Example of masculine nouns ending in aa: लड़का -laṛkā = boy, पिता - Pitā - father, संतरा -santarā -orange Example of feminine nouns ending in ī(ee): लड़की- Laṛkī=girl, रोटी-Rōṭī=bread, बेटी-Bēṭī=daughter Exception: माता - maataa is ending in aa, it is feminine. पानी - paanee(ii) ending in ee, it is masculine. You just have to memorize them. Namaste, John

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