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Learn Bengali Pronouns Through English (With Many Examples)

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Pronouns are very necessary for any language. Pronouns are also very important for the Bengali Language. It helps you to make a sentence perfectly. Without proper pronouns, you can’t understand about the owner of the activities of a sentence. Anyway, In this post, I will try to discuss Bengali Pronouns. Hope you will be clear after reading the article attentively. I also embedded a Youtube video from my channel for making it more understandable. You can listen to the actual accent of these words.

Subject Pronouns in Bengali:

I – Ami 
( আমি ) 
We – Amra 
( আমরা ) 
             You – Tui/ Tumi / Apni  [Singular Subject ]
( তুই / তুমি / আপনি ) 
               You – Tora /Tomra / Apnara [Plural Subject]
       ( তোরা / তোমরা / আপনারা  ) 
He – Se / Tini 
       ( সে / তিনি ) 
She – Se / Tini
           (সে / তিনি ) 
This/It – Eti 
            (এটি ) 
They – Tara 
           ( তারা ) 

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Explanations:

Here ‘I’ mean “Ami” and ‘We’ mean “Amra”. But ‘You’ has some different meaning. There are three meanings of “You”. These are Tui, Tumi, and Apni for a singular 2nd person. Here ‘Tui’ is used for a very close friend and for brother informally. “Tumi” is used for a friend, student and for younger person gently. ‘Apni’ is used for older, teacher, stranger, and for a respectable person. It’s a fully formal word. You know that ‘You’ also used for the plural person. Hence, It has different Bengali meaning. ‘Tomra’ and ‘Apnara’ are the plural version of ‘You’. ‘He’ and ‘she’ are the same meaning in Bengali. These are ‘Se’ and ‘Tini’. ‘Se’ is used for all informal cases and ‘Tini’ is used for all formal cases. ‘This’ and ‘It’ means ‘Eti’. ‘They’ mean ‘tara’. Watch the video to understand clearly.

Practical Examples:

I am a teacher – Ami ekjon shikkhok
                                     (আমি একজন শিক্ষক
☑ You are a teacher Apni ekjon shikkhok.
                                  (আপনি একজন শিক্ষক
Note: A Teacher is a respectable person. hence,‘apni’ has been used. 
You are a student Tumi ekjon Chatro.
                                     (তুমি একজন ছাত্র
Note: The student is a younger person. hence, ‘Tumi’ has been used.
☑ You are students – Tomra chatro.
                                    (তোমরা ছাত্র) 
Note: Here,’You’ is plural, hence ‘Tomra’ is used.
☑ You are teachers – Apnara shikkhok 
                                    (আপনারা শিক্ষক ) 
Note: Teachers are respectable persons. hence,‘apnara’ has been used. 
☑ He is a student – Se ekjon chatro. 
                                (সে একজন ছাত্র ) 
Note: Here,Student is a younger person. hence,‘Se’ is used.
☑ He is a teacher – Tini ekjon shikkhok.
                                (তিনি একজন শিক্ষক)
Note: Here, the Teacher is a respectable person. Hence,‘Tini’ has been used.
They are teachers – Tara shikkhok 
                                     (তারা শিক্ষক )
This is good – Eti valo. ( এটি ভাল ) 
It is good – Eta valo.( এটা ভাল ) 

Object Pronouns in Bengali:

Me- Amake (আমাকে) 
Us – Amaderke ( আমাদেরকে) 
You – Tomake / Apnake [ Singular Object ]
         ( তোমাকে / আপনাকে ) 
You – Tomaderke / Apnaderke [Plural Object]
         ( তোমাদেরকে / আপনাদেরকে ) 
Him – Taake ( তাকে ) 
Her – Taake ( তাকে) 
Them- Taaderke ( তাদেরকে) 

Explanations:

Here ‘Me’ means ‘amake’, ‘Us’ means ‘amaderke’ and ‘You’ means ‘tomake’ or ‘apnake’. ‘Tomake’ is used for a friend, younger, closer person, and for the informal situation. On the other hand, ‘Apnake’ is used for an older, respectable person, unknown person, and formal situation. Already You know that ‘You’ also used for the plural person. Hence, It has different Bengali meaning. ‘Tonaderke’ and ‘Apnaderke’ are used as Plural Object of ‘You’. ‘Him’ and ‘Her’ mean ‘taake’. ‘Them’ means ‘taderke’. Watch the video to listen clearly.

Practical Examples:

☑ She loves me – Se amake valobase [ love – valobasa ]
☑ They love us – Tara amaderke valobase
☑  I love you – Ami tomake valobashi.
☑  I love you – Ami apnake valobashi.
Note:‘Apnake’ is For older and respectable person
☑  I love you – Ami tomaderke valobashi
Note:‘tomaderke’ is for plural persons.
☑  I love you – Ami apnaderke valobashi
Note:‘apnaderke’ is for plural respectable persons.
☑  I love him – Ami taake valobashi.
☑  I love her – Ami taake valobashi.
☑  I love them – Ami taaderke valobashi.

Possessive Adjectives in Bengali:

My – Amar ( আমার ) 
Our- Amader ( আমাদের ) 
Your – Tor/ Tomar / Apnar 
         (তোর/তোমার/আপনার) 
Your – Toder / Tomader / Apnader [ Plural ]
        ( তোদের / তোমাদের / আপনাদের )
His – Tar [ Male ]
       ( তার ) 
Her – Tar [ Female ]
       ( তার ) 
Its – Er ( এর ) 
Their – Taader ( তাদের ) 

Explanations:

These are possessive adjectives. Here, ‘My’ means ‘amar’, ‘Our’ means ‘amader’ and ‘Your’ means ‘Tor’ / ‘Tomar’ / ‘Apnar’. ‘Tor’ is used for a very close friend and informal situation. ‘Tomar’ is used for a friend, younger, and for the informal situation. ‘Apnar’ is used for elder, older, stranger, unknown person and for a respectable person. ‘His’ and ‘Her’ mean ‘Tar’. ‘Its’ means ‘er’ or ‘etar’. ‘Their’ means ‘tader’

Practical Examples:

He is my father – Tini Amar baba [Father- Baba]
They are our students Tara amader chatro.
He is your father – Tini Tomar baba
Note:’Tomar’ is used for a younger and closer person.
He is your son – Se Apnar chele [Son – Chele]
Note: ‘Apnar’ is for a respectable person.
They are Your sons – Tara apnader chele.
Note:’apnader’ is for plural respectable persons.
They are your father – Tara tomader baba.
Note: ‘tomader’ is for younger and closer respectable person.
His name is Rakib – Taar Naam Rakib.
Her name is Shanta – Taar naam shanta.
Its name is mobile – Er naam mobile.
He is their father – Se taader baba.


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