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Mixed Sentence to Simple Sentence and Compound Sentences in Hindi Posted by on Jun 29, 2014 in Hindi Language

In this post, let me show you how to convert a mixed sentence to simple and compound sentence in Hindi. Once you know some basic rules, you can easily do the same.

So, let’s see how this is done 🙂

मिश्रित वाक्य (Mishrit Vaakya – Mixed Sentence) to सरल वाक्य (Saral Vaakya – Simple Sentence)

To make a simple sentence from a mixed sentence, we have to combine the clauses of mixed sentence to a single clause to form a simple sentence. In mixed sentence we have to look for the conjunctions such as जो (Jo – Which), जब (Jab – When), कि (Ki – that), क्यूंकि (Kyuki  – Because), यदि (Yadi – If), जिसने (Jisne – the one who) etc , which separate two clauses of mixed sentence.

Example:

Mixed Sentence Simple Sentence
श्याम ने वो गाड़ी खरीदी जो उसके मित्र की थी। – Shayam ne wo gadi kharidi jo uske mitr ki thi – Shayam has purchased the car that his friend own. श्याम ने आपने मित्र की गाड़ी खरीदी।  – Shayam ne aapne Mitr ki gadi kharidi – Shayam has purchased his friend’s car.

मिश्रित वाक्य (Mishrit Vaakya – Mixed Sentence) to संयुक्त वाक्य (Sanyukt Vaakya – Compound Sentence)

To make a compound sentence from a mixed sentence, we have to join the clauses with the conjunctions. Here we need conjunctions such as और (Aur – And), अथवा (Athava – And), तथा (Tatha – Or), परन्तु (Parantu – But), किन्तु (Kintu – However) etc , to join these two clauses to make the compound sentence.

Example:

Mixed Sentence Compound Sentence
श्याम ने वो गाड़ी खरीदी जो उसके मित्र की थी। – Shayam ne wo gadi kharidi jo uske mitr ki thi – Shayam has purchased the car that his friend own. श्याम ने गाड़ी खरीदी और वो गाड़ी उसके मित्र की थी। – Shyam ne gaadi kharidi aur wo gaadi uske mitr ki thi – Shyam has purchased a car and that car was owned by his friend.

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Nitin Kumar is a native Hindi speaker from New Delhi, India. His education qualification include Masters in Robotics and Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, he is working in the Research and Development in Robotics in Germany. He is avid language learner with varied level of proficiency in English, German, Spanish, and Japanese. He wish to learn French one day. His passion for languages motivated him to share his mother tongue, Hindi, and culture and traditions associated with its speakers. He has been working with Transparent Language since 2010 and has written over 430 blogs on various topics on Hindi language and India, its culture and traditions. He is also the Administrator for Hindi Facebook page which has a community of over 330,000 members.