Verb “To Become/To Happen”

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Verb “To Become” in Marathi is   “होणे “ (hoNe )
Verb “To Happen” in Marathi is “घडणे” ( ghaDaNe )

But in normally Marathi for “To Happen” also we use verb “होणे “ (hoNe )

The verb होणे “ (hoNe ) follows the same rule we had seen before for all the tenses.
We have seen that few verbs are changed before they are used in simple past tense e.g.
बघ – बघित
सांग – सांगित
Same way होणे changes to झा ( jhA )

Verb in English
Verb in Marathi
Forms in simple past tense
as per normal rule.
But DO NOT USE these forms
Changed verb
Forms in simple past tense as per rule.
But USE these forms
Become/Happen
होणे
(hoNe)
होला / होली /होले 
(holA/holI/hole)
झा(jhA)
झाला / झाली / झाले
(jhAlA/jhAlI/jhAle)

Etc.



Examples :-
What happened ?           :- काय झाले ?  (kAy jhAle ? )
What will happen ?       :-  काय होईल  (kAy hoIl ? )
What is happening ?      :- काय होत आहे ?  (kAy hot Ahe ?)
It did not happen           :-  हे झाले नाही  (he jhAle nAhI )
I will become winner    :-  मी विजेता होईन (mI vijetA hoIn)
It was happening          :-    ते होत होते (te hot hote )
He will become mad    :- तो वेडा होईल  (to veDA hoIl )

Listen examples in this lesson at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IbJc8Mr_Ek


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2 comments:

  1. How would we use the verb 'hone' in present tense - will it follow the same pattern for the verb 'bolne' with the altered 'zha' form.
    So if I need to say 'I am becoming sad' would that be 'mee udhas jhato ahe'?
    thanks

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    1. only in past tense we convert "hone" first to "jhA" and then apply suffixes.
      In present tense it will be "mI udAs hoto Ahe"

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