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Mu

I

Say

He

Say

She

Tume

You

Eita

It

Gotea

A

Aasa

Come

Asila

Came

Aseba

Will come

Khola

Open

Kholila

Opened

Kholiba

Will open

Basiba

Sit

Chaliba

Walk

Khaiba

Eat

Peeba

Drink

Jetiba

Win

Jeeba

Go

Daudiba

Run

Say seo khauchi.

He is eating an apple.

Say seo khaila.

He ate an apple.

Mu gata saptaha re chalachitra ti dekhili.

I saw the film last week.

Say gat kali bus re asila.

She came by bus yesterday.

Saymane mandira gale.

They went to the mosque.

Say rati sara soithila.

He slept the whole night.

Say pariksha bhala karichi.

He wrote well in the examination.

Say khaichi.

He has eaten.

Sa khai thilla.

He had eaten.

Say jaithilla.

He had gone.

Say aasithila.

He had come.

Say khaiba.

He will eat.

Say jiba.

He will go.

Say aasiba.

He will come.

Tuma nama kana.

What is your name?

Kana

What

Ate

Is

Tumara

Your

Nama

Name

Tume kana kala?

What did you do?

Mu kana kariba uchit?

What should I do?

Mu kana kari paribi?

What can I do?

Prasna sabu kana?

What are the questions?

Prasna sabu kana thilla?

What were the questions?

Sesa prashna kana?

What is the last question?

Chithi re kana lekha aachhi?

What is written in the letter?

Tumaku kana kuaha jaaithila?

What you had been told?

Uttara kana heba?

What will be the answer?

Tume kauthi paein aasila?

Why did you come?

Tume Kauthi paein soeithila?

Why did you sleep?

Tume kauthi paein taku jiba paein kahila?

Why did you tell him to go?

Say kauthi paein bag anila?

Why did he bring the bag?

Say tanka kauthi paein dela?

Why did she pay the money?

Samane sestare kauthi paein basithile?

Why did they sit there?

Tume car kauthi paein chalao?

Why do you drive the car?

Kauthi paein Samane meeting deri re asile?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Tume kemiti asila?

How did you come?

Tume kemiti soilla?

How did you sleep?

Tume kemiti chaleila?

How did you drive?

Tume kemiti lekhila?

How did you write?

Mo hatare ketoti seo achhi?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Tume ketoti nela?

How many did you take?

Say kete tanka dela?

How much did he pay you?

Gat kali jatra kemiti thilla?

How was the journey yesterday?

Kyon rasta rae tume asila?

Which way did you come?

Kyon ranga tumaku bhala laage?

Which is your favourite colour?

Kyon bakhara re tume soiba?

In which room did you sleep?

Kau gapa tume kahila?

Which story did you tell?

Kau phalla sabuthu mitha?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Hindi re kyon khabara kagaja bhala?

Which is the best newspaper?

Bharata re kyon rajya re sabustu adhika loka achhanti?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Tume kauthu asila?

Where did you come from?

Tume kauthi soila?

Where did you sleep?

Parichaalaknkar bakhara kauthi?

Where is the manager’s cabin?

Mu kausti ki jibi?

Where should I go?

Mu kaha sahaita dekhakaribi?

Whom should I contact?

Aha gote bahi ki?

Is it a book?

Aha gote bahi.

It is a book.

Tume mo sahita asiba ki?

Will you come with me?

Mu tum sahita jibi.

I shall come with you.

Tume pariksha pare mo bakhara ku asa.

You come to my room after the exam.

Tume mote tuma kalama dabaki?

Will you give me your pen?

Han nischita.

Yes, of course.

Tume mote bholapao ki?

Do you love me?

Han mu tumoku bhalpae.

Yes, I love you.

Tume mote tuma kalama deiparibaki?

Can you give me your pen?

Tume bax ti ku athai paribaki?

Can you lift the box?

Tume parikshare lekhi paribaki?

Can you write the exam?

Tu madhyana bhojana kal ki?

Did you have lunch?

Tume kipari acha?

How are you?

Mu bhal achhi.

I am fine.

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I

Mu

He

Se

She

Se

You

Tume

It

Eita

A

Gote

Come

Aasa

Came

Asila

Will come

Asibo

Open

Khola

Opened

Kholila

Will open

Kholiba

Sit

Basiba

Walk

Chaliba

Eat

Khaiba

Drink

Piba

Win

Jetiba

Go

Jiba

Run

Dhainba

He is eating an apple.

Se seo khauchi.

He ate an apple.

Se seo khaila.

I saw the film last week.

Mu gata saptaha re chalachitra ta dekhili.

She came by bus yesterday.

Say kali bus re asila.

They went to the temple.

Semane mandira golle.

He slept the whole night.

Se rati sara soithila.

He wrote well in the examination.

Se porikhya bhollo karichi.

He has eaten.

Se khai sarchi.

He had eaten.

Se khai thilla.

He had gone.

Se jaithilla.

He had come.

Se aasithila.

He will eat.

Se khaibo.

He will go.

Se jibo.

He will come.

Se aasibo.

What is your name?

Tomoro naa kono?

English

What

Kono

Is

achhi

Your

Tomoro

Name

Namo

What did you do?

Tome kono kala?

What should I do?

Mu kono kariba uchit?

What can I do?

Mu kono kori paribi?

What are the questions?

Prasna sabu kono?

What is written in the letter?

Chithi re kono lekhaheichhi?

What you had been told?

Tomoku kono kuha jaaithila?

What will be the answer?

Uttara kono heba?

Why did you come?

Tome kono paein aasilo?

Why did you sleep?

Tome Kono paein soeithila?

Why did you tell him to go?

Tome kono paein taku jiba paein kahilo?

Why did he bring the bag?

Se kono paein bag anila?

Why did she pay the money?

Se poisa kono paein dela?

Why did they sit there?

Semane sethi kono paein basithile?

Why do you drive the car?

Tome car kono paein cholleilo?

Why are they late for the meeting?

Kono paein semane meeting ku deri re asile?

How did you come?

Tome kemiti asila?

How did you sleep?

Tome kemiti soillo?

Past perfect continuous tense paragraph exercises. How did you drive?

Tome kemiti cholleilo?

How did you write?

Tome kemiti lekhila?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Mo hatare ketoti seo achhi?

How many did you take?

Tome ketoda nela?

How much did he pay you?

Se kete tanka della?

How was the journey yesterday?

Gata kali jatra kemiti thilla?

Which way did you come?

Ku rasta re tome asila?

Which is your favourite colour?

Ku ranga tomoku bhala laage?

In which room did you sleep?

Ku pakhore tome soiba?

Which story did you tell?

Ku gapa tume kahila?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Ku phalla sabuthu mitha?

Which is the best newspaper?

Ku khabara kagaja bhala?

Where did you come from?

Tome kauthu asila?

Where did you sleep?

Tome kouthi soila?

Where is the manager’s cabin?

Parichaalankar bakhara kauthi?

Where should I go?

Mu kauthi jibi?

Whom should I contact?

Mu kaha sohaito missibarochi?

Is it a book?

Eha gote bahi ki?

It is a book.

Eha gote bahi.

Will you come with me?

Tome mo sahita asiba ki?

I shall come with you.

Mu tomo sahita jibi.

You come to my room after the exam.

Tomoro parikhya pare mo pakhoku asa.

Will you give me your pen?

Tomoro kalama mota dabaki?

Yes, of course.

Han nischita.

Do you love me?

Tome mote bholapao ki?

Yes, I love you.

Han, mu tomoku bhalapae.

No, I don't love you.

Nai, mu tomoku bhalapaeni.

Can you give me your pen?

Tome mote kalama deiparibaki?

Can you lift the box?

Tome box tiku uthei paribaki?

Can you write the exam?

Tome parikhya lekhi paribaki?

Did you have lunch?

Tu madhyana bhojana kal ki?

How are you?

Tome kemiti ochha?

I am fine.

Mu bhal achhi.

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About Odia language: Odia is the predominant language of the Indian state of Odisha (formerly known as Orissa), where native speakers comprise 80% of the population. It is also spoken in parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages and also a Classical Language of India. It is the official language of Odisha and the second official language of Jharkhand. (Reference: Wikipedia)