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Learn Bengali Basic Verb Base Sentence Making techniques

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Sentence making is a very vital thing for learning any language like Bengali. In this post, I will try to discuss basic Bengali sentence structure making. For starting this step you need to know some basic Bengali vocabularies such as pronouns, verbs etc. I think you know these words. If you don’t know these, I will request you, ” please check Bengali Words category”.

Using the Bengali Verb Formally:

At first, we will learn how to use Bengali verb formally. Look at the example below.

Example 01:
Read = Pori(1st person)/Porun(2nd Person)/Poren (3rd Person)  [Formal Use]
Read = Pori / Poro / Pore   [Informal Use]

Rule:
For using Bengali verb formally  You need to use “un”  for the 2nd person,
en” / ‘an”  for the 3rd person after Bengali verb words. For the 1st person, it will be as usual.

Practices:
I / We Read = Ami / Amra Pori
You Read    = Apni Poren / Tumi Poro
He Reads    = Tini Poren  / Se  Pore
They Read   = Tara Poren / Tara  Pore
The boy Reads  = Cheleti  Pore   
[“The boy” is a younger person]
Teacher Reads   = Shikkhok Poren
[“Teacher” is a respectable and senior person]

Explanation: Here “I” and we are the first person. That’s why the verb ” pori ” has been usually used.  “You” are the second person that’s why “en” added with por (poren). Here ‘poro‘  has been used for the informal and friendly situation. He means ‘Se’ or ‘Tini’. ‘Tini poren‘ has used for the formal situation and for the senior person. ‘Se pore’ is used informal situation.  Watch the embedded video for understanding clearly.  



Example 02 :
Go = Jai / Jan / Jan    [ Formal Use ]
Go =Jai / Jao / Jay [Informal Use]

I / we   go = Ami / Amra Jai
You go  = Apni Jan / Tumi Jao
He goes =Tini Jan /  Se Jay
They go  = Tara Kotha Bolen / Tara Kotha Bole
The boy goes  = Cheleti  Jay  [“The boy” is a younger person]
The teacher goes   = Shikkhok Jan “Teacher” is a respectable and senior person]


Example 03

Eat = Khai / Khan / Khan   [ Formal Use ]
Eat = Khai / Khao / Khay   [Informal Use]

I/we eat  = Ami Khai / Amra Khai
You eat     = Apni Khan / Tumi Khao
He eats     = Tini Khan / Se Khay
They eat    = Tara Khan / Tara Khay
The boy goes  = Cheleti  Jay  [“The boy” is a younger person]
The teacher goes   = Shikkhok Jan [“Teacher” is a respectable and senior person]

Look at Different Angle!

Read = Pori(1st person)/Porun(2nd Person)/Poren (3rd Person)  [Formal Use ]
Go = Jai / Jan / Jan    [ Formal Use ]
Eat = Khai / Khan / Khan   [ Formal Use ]

Read = Pori / Poro / Pore   [In formal Verb ]
Go =Jai / Jao / Jay [Informal Use]
Eat = Khai / Khao / Khay   [Informal Use]

Basic Bengali Sentence Making: 

Look at these examples:

I Write = Ami likhi  [write = likhi]
      I     write     a    letter
= Ami   likhi    ekti  chithi. (wrong)
= Ami ekti chithi likhi (Correct)

We play = Amra Kheli  [We=Amra, play= kheli]
      We    Play    Football
= Amra   Kheli   Football  (Wrong)
=Amra  Football Kheli  (Correct)

I love = Ami Bhalobasi [love = Bhalobasi]
     I        love          You
= Ami Bhalobasi Tomake   [You=Tomake] (Wrong
= Ami Tomake  Bhalobashi (Correct)

I use   = Ami babohar kori [use = babohar kori]
     I            use          mobile 
= Ami  babohar kori  mobile (Wrong)
= Ami mobile babohar kori. (Correct)

You write = Apni likhen / Tumi likho

You write a letter = Apni ekti chithi likhen / Tumi ekti chithi likho


What have you got from these examples? 
– Usually, Bengali sentence ends by a verb.
 That mean sentence structure is 
“Subject + object + verb”  

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