Simple Sentences : He, She and who : Recognition, Gender, and Distance
Here we are going to learn about Simple Sentences : He , she and who in Sanskrit language .Well, let us take a quick recap. It is important to keep in mind that there are two pronouns both for gender “He” and “She”. There are two pronouns depending on the distance at which the aforementioned male or female is standing. At the same time, unlike English language, Sanskrit has two words for the word ‘who’, there are two words based on two genders. With the help of the column given below, there will be more clarity in terms of how such a sentence can be constructed on your own.
|Gender-based on distance.||Form of Who based on gender.||The whole sentence.|
|Eshaha/he(this one, ie, nearby)||kaha||Eshaha kaha?|
|Saha/he(that one, ie, far)||kaha||Saha kaha?|
|Eshaa/she(this one, ie, nearby)||kaa||Esha kaa?|
|Saa/she(that one, ie, far)||kaa||Saa kaa?|
Just like the previous article (on the position of other days based on today), the role of inflections is evident in this on as well. It is quite clear that no matter the distance, the feminine pronouns end with an aa and the masculine pronouns end with a saha.
Now that we have started with revision, let us not forget that etat corresponds to this or it in English language, tat refers to that kim refers to what.
It can be noticed that in the sentence “Kim Pushtakam”, the syllable m is added, this is because of a rule regarding words occuring at the end of a sentence that you will be made aware of later.