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  • yesterday

    gotokal

    today

    aj, ajker din

    tomorrow

    agamikal

    here

    akhane

    there

    sekhane

    quickly

    taratari

    slowly

    dhire dhire

    always

    sorboda

    sometimes

    majhe majhe

    never

    kokhono

    days

    dener, dingulo

    Monday

    sombar

    Tuesday

    monbol bar

    Wednesday

    budh bar

    Thursday

    brihosproti bar

    Friday

    sukrobar

    Saturday

    sonibar

    Sunday

    robibar

    date

    Tarikh

    year

    bosor

    last year

    gotobosor

    last month

    goto mash

    what time is it?

    koyta baje?

    :45 (quarter till)

    pone

    1:30 (only used for 1:30 not :30)

    der

    3:06

    tin ta soy

    o'clock

    ta

    every day

    roj roj

    daily

    protidin

    before, till (as in telling time)

    bajte (e.g. duita bajte pach 1:55)

    next (in reference to two)

    agami (e.g. agami mongobar, next Tuesday)

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