When you visit a new place like Nepal and meet new people, you always find it challenging to begin the conversation. So start with the very beginning and learn to say Yes and No in the Nepali language.
It is necessary to understand the basics of a person's language to communicate with them. After learning the basics of the Nepali language, try to consume the concepts of basic greetings to have little more knowledge and exposure. Let's discuss more to say Yes and No in Nepali.
If you spend time in Nepal or do a lot of listening in Nepali, you'll notice that the locals don't always respond with "Yes" "Ho" when you ask them a question. Instead, they might say something like "of course," "Yup," or "Maybe," or phrases like "I agree" and "That's it precisely."
In Nepal, there's even a way to confirm a negative assertion by saying "Yes." For example, if you ask someone to help you find any food place, they will not reply with the words "Yes! I will help" instead they prefer saying "without a doubt" "Kunai śaṅkā binā (कुनै शंका बिना)." You can also use the alternatives of typical "Yes" "Hō" and try "Yep" "हो" that is casual and more suitable with friends.
|For Sure||Niścita rūpamā||निश्चित रूपमा|
People from various national backgrounds have diverse attitudes toward saying "No." It would be impolite to respond to a question like "Would you want anything else?" with a simple "No!" in Nepali, there is a comparable level of complexity. So, it's important to know the appropriate response for each situation.
You cannot put the typical "No" everywhere. You must have to use the alternatives like "Nop," "No, thank," and other words like this to respond in the right way. It is important to notice the tone when someone is polite and sweet to you. If someone asks you to have some tea or have some food with them, you should not respond with the typical "No" prefer using "No, thank you" "Hoina dhan'yavāda" to sound polite and thankful for the proposal.
Let's look at the various approaches to say "No" in Nepali and practice until you are flawless.
|No Thank you||Hoina dhan'yavāda||हैन धन्यवाद|
|Not today||Āja hō'ina||आज होइन|
Before learning different ways to say Yes and No in Nepali, you should also grab the concept of basic greetings. Here is the. Here is the common greeting list.
|Good morning||Śubha - prabhāta||शुभ - प्रभात|
|Good evening||Śubha sandhyā||शुभ सन्ध्या|
|Good afternoon||Śubha di'um̐sō||शुभ दिउँसो|
|Good night||Śubha rātrī||शुभ रात्री|
|How are you?||Timīlā'ī kastō cha?||तिमीलाई कस्तो छ?|
|Are you ok?||Sancai hunuhuncha?||सन्चै हुनुहुन्छ?|
|You are welcome||Tapā'im̐lā'ī svāgata cha||तपाइँलाई स्वागत छ|
|Good time seeing you||Timīlā'ī dēkhnē samaya rāmrō cha||तिमीलाई देख्ने समय राम्रो छ|
|my name is||Mero naam||मेरो नाम|
When you're in Nepal, you'll have a lot of opportunities to say "Yes." When you aren't Nepali or don't speak the language, even the most basic word like "Yes" can be problematic. Say "Ho" where "Yes" is required. Even if you struggle to learn more sophisticated terms, this simple word will serve you well.
You should say "No" just as often as you say "Yes." However, if you don't know how to say "No" in Nepali, you may find yourself in hot water because many people don't understand English, so you'll have to communicate in Nepali. Therefore, express "H'na" whenever you need to say "No." It would be beneficial if you acquired such simple words when learning a new language.
|Yes! I do need your address.||Hō! Malā'ī timrō ṭhēgānā cāhincha||हो! मलाई तिम्रो ठेगाना चाहिन्छ|
|Never say No to food.||Khānālā'ī kahilyai nabhannuhōs||खानालाई कहिल्यै नभन्नुहोस्|
|Yes! I am happy in my life.||Hō! Ma mērō jīvana mā khuśī chu||हो! म मेरो जीवन मा खुशी छु|
|No way! I want to stay here||Kunai hālatamā hudaina! Ma yahām̐ basna cāhanchu||कुनै हालतमा हुदैन! म यहाँ बस्न चाहन्छु|
|Yes? Excuse Me?||Hō? Malā'īṁ māpha garnuhōs?||हो? मलाईं माफ गर्नुहोस्?|
|Say Yes please||Hō bhanē kr̥payā||हो भने कृपया|
|Yes, Thank You||Huncha dhan'yavāda||हुन्छ धन्यवाद|
In Nepal, answering someone with "Yes" or "No" is the basic way of replying. If you are a foreigner who does not speak Nepali, you must learn to respond to people in their language by saying "Yes" and "No." Once you start learning to say yes and no in Nepali, you could better interact with people.
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