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"Learn To Speak A Foreign Language" 
50 Plus Language Library
Sound Bytes
Phonetic Based System
Simple & Easy To Use
Internet System
PDAs & Web Link Phones Compatible


Norbert Perez
(Software Design Engineer)
Due to popular demand, we have decided to enhance and improve our Award Winning Language Programs to include Sound Bytes for each and every phrase. Unfortunately, adding Sound Bytes to our pages require significant amounts of memory, forcing an additional cost burden upon us. Therefore, we have created a new Membership Program to benefit our dedicated and loyal clients. This introductory MEMBERSHIP PACKAGE cost $39.95 Lifetime (Non-Refundable) and will allow you Unlimited Access to our Language Programs at your convenience. Once registered, you will be given a passcode to allow you to browse through our Library of Languages with the added Sound Byte improvements. It's like buying a library of Language Tapes at the nominal cost of membership. PLUS, with the advent of the wireless PDAs and WebLink Cellular Phones, our Language Programs go with you anywhere and everywhere.

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Pronouns

I = man

You (intimate) = tu

He, She = o

It, this = iin

It, that = aan

We = maa

You (polite) = shomaa

They = aanhaa

 

Demonstrative Pronouns

This = iin

That = aan

These = innhaa

Those = aanhaa

 

Interrogative adverbs

When = kai

Where = kojaa

Why = cheraa

How many = chand

How much = cheqadar

How = chetaur

 

Imperatives

To go = raftan

To come = aamadan

To clean = pak kardan

Go away = berau (boro)

Come! = be’aa

Clean (it) = paak kon

 

Verbs

To see = didan

I see = man mebinam

See! = bebin, loftan bebined

I saw = man didam

I have seen = man dida’am

I had seen = man dida budam

I was seeing = man medidam

I want to see = man mekhaaham bebinam

Perhaps I can see = shayad bebinam

I ought to see = bayad bebinam

I must see = man majbur hastam bebinam

Verb “To Be”

I am = hastam

You are = hasti

He is = ast

We are = hastem

You are = hasted

They are = hastand

I may be = baasham

You may be = baashi

He may be = baashad

We may be = baashem

You may be = baashed

They may be = baashand