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Louise: Tomar shathe shesh dekha holo kobe? Amader biyer shomoy?
Louise: Yeah, when did I meet you last? Was it during your wedding?
Shetai, onek din! To chile kemon etodin? Shob thik thak ache to?
Mike: Yeah, it's been so long. How have you been? Everything alright with you?
Tar age bolo...e porjont jot kotha bolechi shob bujte perecho?
First tell me...if you have understood everything I have said so far?
June maashe abeshi briste hoi na, sheshomoy Lake Traviser pani onke kome jai.
In the month of June it doesn't rain much, at that time the water in Lake Travis reduces a lot.
ai matro Mone koro: Ami ai matro Cookier ke niye babchilam.
just (like it just happened) For example: I was just thinking about Cookie.
Ami tomake niye kotha bolchilam.
I was talking about you. (no "ke" is necessary because there is already a "ke" in toma"ke")
porinoto hoa Mone koro: Mikri robot a porinoto hocche.
to turn into For example: Mikri is turning into a robot.
dorkar Mone koro: Amar jaoa dorkar./Tader asa dorkar.
to need For example: I need to go./They need to come. Possessive subject:>infnitive form of verb>dorkar.
Jokhon brishte hoi, tokhon khub shabdhane ghari chalate hoi.
One needs to be very careful when it is raining.