How to Speak Hinglish?

Easy Tips To Speak Hinglish! (Indian English) 

Speaking English in Hindi accent is the coolest way to enjoy talking English. As I lived in India for many years, I have enjoyed speaking English the way they do. I named it “Hinglish” because I think this is the true word for this accent of English. Here are some easy tips that I have figured out: :))

  1. Firstly never use “To Be” verbs:
Say Don’t Say
Me speaking English. I’m speaking English
I going to school I’m going to school.
You eating food. You are eating food.
Me bery bery tired. I’m very very tired.
What you doing barodar? What are you doing brother?
How you doing sar (sir)? How do you do sir?
Me bery bery happy! I’m very very happy!
I coming, you going. I’m coming, you are going.
Today bery bery hottt! Today is very very hot.
How is you? How are you?
   
  • Mostly the “V” is used as “B”:
  • Bery bery happy!
  • Bery bery tired!
  • Ebryone, ebrything, ebrywhere (Everyone, everything, everyone)
  • The “O” is used as “W” andopposite:
  • Wonly ———> (Only)
  • Ower ———-> (Over)
  • Wokay ——–> (Okay)
  • “Y” is used as “E”:
  • Eellow ——-> (Yellow)

Hinglish is the coolest accent of English ever!  :)))

~Aref Saboor

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Random Thoughts # 03

When you are light, you are always surrounded by darkness! Sometimes we need darkness. We need to close our eyes, we need to give some peace to ourselves and run away from lights and colourfulness. Darkness also has its own beauty. It should not be condemned all time. Too much light will make us blind! Light appears in the darkness as the shining moon in the dark night!\n~ Aref Saboor \n\nen you are light, you are always surrounded by darkness! Sometimes we need darkness. We need to close our eyes, we need to give some peace to ourselves and run away from lights and colourfulness. Darkness also has its own beauty. It should not be condemned all time. Too much light will make us blind! Light appears in the darkness as the shining moon in the dark night!

~ Aref Saboor

Diwali (The Festival of Lights)

Happy Diwali! 

         Even we are not Hindus, but we are celebrating this beautiful festival with the whole family. It’s called the celebration of lights, acceptance, beauty, happiness, and prosperity. We are the first and only Non-Hindu Afghan family in the history of Afghanistan who are celebrating this beautiful festival to express heartfelt brotherhood to the Hindus and Sikhs of Afghanistan. We have Hindus and Sikhs in Afghanistan, but unfortunately, they don’t’ have the absolute freedom of celebrating their religious festivals. Muslims in this country celebrates EID and Muharram and turns every square and street into black color to show condolence, but this is the festival lights! As a Non-Hindu family, the celebration of this festival never creates any offense or prejudice rather it creates love and acceptance. We must be proud to live in a country where different religions, traditions, and languages exist. We celebrated this festival to spread love, peace, unity, and togetherness. Our Hindus and Sikhs in Afghanistan are our Brothers! Wish you a happy Diwali!

~ Aref Saboor

Random Thoughts # 02

We are not diamonds, neither golds, not even made of flowers. We are made of flesh who go toilet and do shit every day and night! Yes we have shit inside, every beautiful and delicious thing we eat turns shit eventually! What makes us more valuable than diamond, gold and other beautiful staff is, having good thoughts, acceptance, to love, understanding, not judging each other, not thinking wrong about each other, not abusing and fooling each other, not digging a trap to hurt each other, yes, this will make us more valuable than every living being. Otherwise we are full of shit!

~ Aref Saboor

Random Thoughts # 01

We are naturally born alone. Even if we are surrounded by the people who love us, but we always feel alone. Anyone who try to enter in this portion of our existence or try to feel what the hell is going on in our cells and veins is a pretender! Loneliness is our nature. We realize this when we pull blanket over ourselves when we want to sleep!

~ Aref Saboor

Sloitude

Brad Pitt’s Best Marriage Advice

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Brad Pitt’s Best Marriage Advice

“If we make the conscious decision to daily place our spouse’s desires and needs above our own, and that’s reciprocated, the marriage will succeed. Utter and complete selflessness. Isn’t this true in all healthy relationships?”

My advice after a divorce following 11 years of marriage, by Brad Pitt.

Obviously, I’m not a relationship expert. I would have done differently… After losing a woman that I loved, and a marriage of almost 11 years, here’s the advice I wish I would have had:

Never Stop Courting

Never stop dating, NEVER EVER take that woman for granted. When you asked her to marry you, you promised to be that man that would OWN HER HEART and to fiercely protect it.

This is the most important and sacred treasure you will ever be entrusted with. SHE CHOSE YOU. Never forget that, and NEVER GET LAZY in your love.

Protect Your Own Heart

Just as you committed to being the protector of her heart, you must guard your own with the same vigilance. Love yourself fully, love the world openly, but there is a special place in your heart where no one must enter except for your wife.

Keep that space always ready to receive her and invite her in, and

refuse to let anyone or anything else enter there.

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