Bengali grammar (Bengali: বাংলা ব্যাকরণ Bangla Bækôrôn) is the study of the morphology and syntax of Bengali, an Indo-European language spoken in the. t, BENGALI GRAMMAR, en_US. t , SAHAJ SHIKSHA BANGLA BYAKARAN PART. ds, SAMAS PRAKARAN, en_US.

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I eat, you run, he reads. In most Eastern Dialects, the Very Familiar forms drop sa,as final vowel from the original verb without instead of adding – i sh for most verbs that end with la and add – o s for most verbs that end with na.

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These samaa are also to be studied while trying to find the basic guidelines. When counted, nouns must also be accompanied by the appropriate measure word. There are some basic rules to keep in mind about the cases, apart from the “default” nominative.

Political motivation has gradually transformed the natural into moulded and coinciding electronic media boom has spread the bonfire to all corners of the society. If verbs are classified by stem vowel and if the stem ends in a consonant or vowel, there are nine basic classes in which most verbs can be placed; all verbs in a class will follow the same pattern.

The examples of the work done in other states like Kerala, Karnataka, Maharastra and Madhya Pradesh are also to be noted. There is also an alternative way of using the plural definite article, – guloby making it – guli. It should be noted that all of the inflected nouns above have an indefinite article preceding their case markers.


Some postpositions require their object noun to take the possessive casewhile others require the objective case which is unmarked for inanimate nouns ; this distinction must be memorised.

The imperative mood is used to give commands.

Now trying to do anything would beengali massive efforts starting almost from scratch. In less standard varieties of Benali, “a” is substituted for “e” in second-person familiar forms; thus “tumi bolba, khulba, khelba,” etc. Part of a series on the Culture of Bengal History People.

The indicative mood is used for statements of fact; its various tenses are given below. Time has taken its toll and the grammar as well. Measuring nouns in Bengali without their corresponding measure words e.


Kannada Malayalam Tamil Telugu. There are five forms: The objective case is used for pronouns serving as the direct or indirect objects, such as “I told him to wash the dishes” or “The teacher gave me the homework assignment.

Here we have to try to collect all printed grammar books and study the contents for arriving at the most appropriate combination. This page was last edited on 9 Octoberat Retrieved from ” https: Szmas are conjugated for tense and person by changing the endings, which are largely the same for all verbs. The endings are -lam-li-le-lo-len notice that the vowels for the second and third [familiar] persons are the reverse of those in the present tense.

The possessive case is used to show possession, such as “Where is your coat? Folk literature Authors Poets.

The noun’s measure gramar MW must be used in between the numeral and the noun. Verbs are inflected for person and honourbut not for number.


The case marking pattern for each noun being inflected depends on the noun’s degree of animacy. The destructive action of the TAMIL political vandals on their mother toungue also merits to be kept in bengalu. However, the stem vowel can often change as part of the phenomenon known as ” vowel harmony “, whereby one vowel can be influenced by other vowels in the word to sound more harmonious.

Most postpositions are formed by taking nouns referring to a location and inflecting vrammar for locative case.

Bengali grammar – Wikipedia

Bengali has four simple tenses: Nouns are also inflected for caseincluding nominativeobjectivegenitive possessiveand locative.

In addition, each of the second- and third-person pronouns have different forms for the familiar and polite forms; the second person also has a “very familiar” form sometimes called “despective”. In this section itself, blogs and RSS feeds would be provided once the number of enrolled experts zamas fifty.

For a list of words relating to Bengali grammar, see the Bengali verbs category of words in Wiktionarybenggali free dictionary. It is used for events that happened regularly, such as “I used to eat out every day” or “He wrote poems when he was young”, the equivalent of an imperfect.