Does "pasaMdh kareMgee" translate to English as "I would like" ? What does "pasaMdh" mean? And "kareMgee"? And in the Rocket course, I right clicked "pasaMdh" and set it to mean "enjoy". I've tried to change it but nothing works. How do I delete that meaning and replace it with something else?
pasaMdh kareMgee ?
April 13, 2011
May 3, 2011
Hey. Yes its I would like. pasandh meens: like. eksampel. Mujhe cay pasandh hai = I like tea. kareMgee is karna = to do, in future, remember the ending can be different depending on gender and if you use tum, it would be karogee.
March 16, 2013
bahut danyavaad alex
September 28, 2013
पसंद pasand means 'liked' or 'pleasing' This word can be used with dative case and verb to be hona. This word can also be used with nominative case and verb karanaa. Example with dative case: मुझे यह फ़िल्म पसंद है । Mujhe yah film pasand hai. This film is pleasing to me. Example with nominative case: मैं यह फ़िल्म पसंद करती हूँ । Main yah film pasand karatee hoon. I(female) like this film. Note: the correct transliteration of the word'पसंद' is pasand. You saw both pasand and pasandh in the lessions. द=d(unaspirated)