Milegaar ??

Douglas-W

Douglas-W

In lesson 1.4, I'm confused by the word "milegaar"? What does it mean? And "yahaaAO har" ? It seems like in that lesson, the audio does not exactly match the written conversation. For example, the "subhi" for "all" or "everything" in "Subhi kamare yahaaAO" (all rooms here) -- where is the "subhi" in the written conversation? In the written conversation, I see "yahaaAO har kamare ke saaTha nijee snaanaghar hai" but I hear in the audio something different (at least I think I do). I think I hear the words "subhi kamare yahaaAO".
Mat--

Mat--

"Milegaar" mean possible - can't answer the rest however :-)
Chinku-T

Chinku-T

mabe its going to fast.
Douglas-W

Douglas-W

In this case, "yahaaAO har" translates to "here each". And "milegaar" is "possible" or "will (be so)". But how does "milegaar" compare to "sakta" and in "kaar sakta hoon" ? Or what is "milegaar" (possible) in comparison to "kyaa yah sambhav hai?" (Is that possible?)
Chinku-T

Chinku-T

milegaar means meet
Douglas-W

Douglas-W

No. "milegaar" translates to "possible" or "will be". Its pronounced "meeelaygahr" You may be thinking of "milanā" as in "Aap se millkaar kushi hui"
Chinku-T

Chinku-T

danyavaad appki madad ke liye. thanks for your help.
John-H8

John-H8

यहाँ हर कमरे के साथ निजी स्नानघर है । yahaaAO har kamare ke saaTha nijee snaanaghar hai | All rooms have their own bathroom. yahaaAO=here har=every, each. har kamare ke saaTha=with every room. kamare is in oblique case because of ke sath(with: postposition) nijee =private snaanaghar=bathroom nijee snaanaghar=private bathroom hai=is Private bathroom is with every room here.(literally). In English we say all rooms have their own bathroom. Note: private bathroom is a subject of a sentence. hai is a verb= is (in singular).

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