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Basic Punjabi | Lesson 3 | Introducing yourself and family

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  • 1. To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 2. Sat sri akāl Lesson 3 on Basic Punjabi! To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 3. Lesson objects 1 Introducing yourself and family To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 4. Revision– Common Signs English Punjabi Open Khul'hā Closed Band Entrance Dāḵẖlā Exit/out Nikās/Bāhar Push Dhakko Pull Khicho Bathroom Gusalkhana Men Mard Women Tīvī'āṁ Forbidden Varjat/manhan To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 5. Revision - Common Addresses English Punjabi Mr. śrī Mrs. śrīmatī Mr.(Sikh) sardār Mrs.(Sikh) sardārnī Sir srīmān Dr. ḍākṭar To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 6. Revision - Common Pronouns English Punjabi I Maiṁ Me(or “to me”) Mainū We Asīṁ You Tusīṁ She Uh He Uh They Uh This Ih To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 7. Revision - Common Interrogations English Punjabi How/of what kind? kivēṁ How much/many? Kinna/kinne What? Kī When? Kadōṁ Where? kithē Who? Kauṇ Why? ki'uṁ To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 8. Ask someone’s name What is your name? To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 9. Ask someone’s name What kī is hai your Tuhāḍā name nām To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 10. Ask someone’s name What is your name? Tuhāḍā nām kī hai? To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 11. Introduce Yourself To reply to the previous question we would make use of the phrases we learnt in the previous lessons To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 12. Introduce Yourself English Punjabi I an Mark Maiṁ Mark hāṁ My name is Mark Mērā nām Mrak hai I am a boy Maiṁ ik munda hāṁ I am a student Maiṁ ik vidi'ārathī hāṁ I am punjabi Maiṃ pañjābī hāṃ To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 13. Introduce Yourself I stay in Chicago To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 14. Introduce Yourself I Maiṁ stay rahina in vich Chicago Chicago Stay = rahina I stay = maiṁ rahendā hāṁ (male) To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 15. Introduce Yourself I Maiṁ stay rahendā hāṁ in vich Chicago Chicago Stay = rahina I stay = maiṁ rahendā hāṁ (male) To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 16. Introduce Yourself I stay in Chicago Maiṁ Chicago vich rahendā hāṁ To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 17. Introduce Family English Punjabi She is Parminder Uh Parminder hai She is my mother Uh mērī māṁ hai To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 18. Introduce Family I have two sisters To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 19. Introduce Family I have two sisters Mērīāṃ dō bhaiṇāṃ hāṁ To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 20. Grammar tip Mērīāṃ = my/mine 'Hāṁ' is used instead of 'Hai' because “two sisters” is a plural form To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 21. Introduce Family Her name is Harpreet, She is my sister To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 22. Introduce Family Her name is Harpreet, She is my sister Usdā nām Harpreet hai, Uh mērī bhaiṇa hai 'Hai' is used because “sister ” is a singular To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 23. Forms of “to-be verb” English Punjabi Is Hai Are(first person) Hāṁ Are(second person) Hō Am Hāṁ Hāṁ is pronounced as “h+aa+slight n” To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 24. Introduce Family My father is a Doctor To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 25. Introduce Family My Mērē father pitā is hai a ik doctor ḍākṭar To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 26. Grammar tip Mērē is used here instead of merī as “Father” is male gender. To show respect we use Mērē and not Mērā To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 27. Introduce Family My father is a Doctor Mērē pitā ik ḍākṭar hai To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 28. Forms of “My/Mine” Merī–when referring to feminine gender (eg: mother, female friend, sister) Mērā-when referring to male gender, but someone who is same age of younger (eg: younger brother, friend) Mērē–when referring to male gender, but to someone who is elder/ when there is a need to show respect (eg: Father, Uncle, Grandfather) To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 29. Professions Alright let us further move on and look at the translations of few professions in punjabi To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 30. Professions English Punjabi Engineer Iñjīnīar Doctor (m) Dākaṭar Doctor (f) Dākaṭaranī Teacher Adhyāpak Lawyer vakīl To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 31. Revision-Forms of “to-be verb” English Punjabi Is Hai Are(first person) Hāṁ Are(second person) Hō Am Hāṁ Hāṁ is pronounced as “h+aa+slight n” To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 32. Revision : Forms of “My/Mine” Merī–when referring to feminine gender (eg: mother, female friend, sister) Mērā-when referring to male gender, but someone who is same age of younger (eg: younger brother, friend) Mērē–when referring to male gender, but to someone who is elder/ when there is a need to show respect (eg: Father, Uncle, Grandfather) To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 33. Revision English Punjabi What is your name? Tuhāḍā nām kī hai I stay in Chicago Maiṁ Chicago vich rahendā hāṁ I have two sisters Mērīāṃ dō bhaiṇāṃ hāṁ Her name is Harpreet, She is my Usdā nām Harpreet hai, Uh mērī sister bhaiṇa hai My father is a Doctor Mērē pitā ik ḍākṭar hai To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi
  • 34. See you at the alley! To view this with Audio and practice games, visit www.CultureAlley.com/Punjabi