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Practice on Hindi Pronouns Posted by on Oct 31, 2012 in Hindi Language

Do you remember our post on the pronouns in Hindi? If not or you didn’t see the previous post on Hindi pronouns, lets have some practice on the same with some example sentences.

Pronoun in Hindi is called सर्वनाम (Sarvanaam). Pronouns are important as they indicate the subject and object of the sentences.

Hindi Pronouns are of 6 types. Those who are new learners or those who would like to revise all 6 types of compounds may refer to the following link: https://blogs.transparent.com/hindi/hindi-pronouns-2/

Pronouns are in bold in all three forms (Hindi, Romanized Hindi and English translations). Lets have a quick glimpse of Hindi pronouns with some examples.

First of all, let’s me show you the pronouns for

1. First person like मैं (main – I),  हम (hum – we) ।
1. Second person like तू (tu – you (informal), तुम (tum – informal, familiar), आप (aap – formal)।
1. Third person like वह (vah – he/she/it),  वे (veh – they)।

Now, let’s have a look of each type of pronoun with a example. The pronouns are in bold.

1. पुस्र्षवाचक सर्वनाम (Purushvaachak Sarvanaam – Personal pronoun):

तुम क्यों नहीं आए थें? (Tum kyun nahi aaye the? – Why did not you come?)

2. निष्चयवाचक सर्वनाम (Nishchyavaachak Sarvanaam – Demonstrative Pronoun)

यह तुम्हारी पुस्तक है। ।  ( Yeh tumhari pustak hai. – This is your book.)

3. अनिष्चयवाचक सर्वनाम  (Anishchyavaachak Sarvanaam – Indefinite Pronoun)

दूध में कुछ पडा है। (Dudh mein kuch pada hai.  –  There is something in the milk.)

4. सम्बन्ध वाचक सर्वनाम (Sambandhvaachak Sarvanaam – Relative Pronoun)

जो हिन्दी नहीं पड़ सकता वह संस्कृत कैसे पड़ेगा ? (Jo Hindi nahi pad sakta wo Sanskrit kaise pad payega.One who can not read Hindi, how can he read Sanskrit? )

5. प्रष्नवाचक सर्वनाम (Prashanvaachak Sarvanaam – Interrogative Pronoun)

वहाँ कौन सो रहा है ?  (Vahan kaun so raha hai? – Who is sleeping there?)

6. निजवाचक सर्वनाम (Nijavaachak Sarvanaam – Reflexive Pronoun)

मैं अपने आप चला जाऊॅगा।  (Main aapne aap chala jaunga. – I will go myself.)

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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.