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Read Bangla signs 2

 

 Photo 1

Yes, you can guess the first word, what about next two ? This is a fine example of conjuncts. 

By the way, it is in a shopping mall, 'Mani Square', North Kolkata.

 

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Photo 2

A new coffee shop in Park Street. If the Bangla version is not written there, I do not think I could pronounce the English name at all.  

Is it a French name ? 

There was a much loved 'Music World' shop ( CDs and cassetes) in its place a couple of years ago.

 

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Photo 3 

Read the Bengali words. It is a very old shop in our neighborhood in North Kolkata.


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Photo 4

Read the name of the shop and address.

A conch shell bangles shop in North Kolkata 

 

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Photo 5

This is just to show you the inside of the shop. I think they all were very surprised to see me taking a photo.


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Photo 6

Read as many words as you can. 

Cannot give you any hint. That would be a spoiler. 


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Read Bangla signs 1

 This exercise  is useful if you are a beginner of Bangla language and just have learned all the vowel, consonants, vowel signs and a couple of conjuncts. 

 

KOLKATA METRO STOPS :

 This photo is not for any exercise. This is for creating ambience of Kolkata Metro.

Photo 1

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Photo 2

This is a metro stop in North Kolkata. Read the bigger words written in blue. There is a conjunct in the second word. 

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This is another stop in South Kolkata. Read the bigger words written in blue.


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Note: Kolkata metro stations have paintings on the walls relevent to the names of metro stations. 

 


Script and sound of Bangla letters

Worth reposting it . When I made this file, I was in the University of Michigan in 2004. There was no available web file to teach script. I was struggling to make this. I had imagination, but I did not have right tools. People of Language Centr came to rescue me and . Now, we have so much resources that I forgot what a struggle it was to make this. 

 

http://umbangla.typepad.com/files/bengalisounds.pdf


Read it 1

To the teachers :

How to use the picture:

It can be used for various levels of Bangla students. But have your students prepare for reading the text. Ask them questions like this, " What does one need to advertise an event ?" Let them think about it for a moment. Most likely they will answer, 'venue' and ' time' and ' the program of the event'.

The students can read the English text. That itself will give them an idea. But if you think the stduents' level is good enough to figure out the content on their own, then tell them not to read it.

If the students are beginners,tell them to read what is written in the orange line. When the task is done, move to the next task. Reading transliteration at the elementary level is very important. Guide the students towards the tranliterated section. 

For the Intermediate and Advanced level, use your judgement for creating a task.  It is not important to read all. Think about what the students need to know from this text. A lot of new words which one cannot ever use, scares a language student a lot. It builds up frustration. Choose a segment,provide some vocabulary. তারপর দেখো, কী হয়।

 

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Reading game , 1st. yr.

Exercises for the class on Wednesday, 7th. Novmber,07

This is a game. Make two groups. The group which will be able to read the hording, labels etc. in the red box of the picture first will win a point. Do not open the files before the teacher's instruction.

Download reading_exercise_1.pdf

Download reading_exercise_2.pdf

Download reading_exercise_3.pdf

Download reading_exercise_4.pdf