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How to improve your English skills

My most important piece of advice is: "Do something (anything). If you don't do anything, you won't get anywhere. Make it your hobby, not a chore, but above all have fun!"
Don't be in too much of a hurry. You're setting off on a long journey and there'll be delays and frustrations along the way. Sometimes you'll be in the fast lane and other times you'll be stuck in traffic, but there will also be lots of interesting things and interesting people along the way. Take your time to really enjoy the experience.
There are many ways to improve your level of English, but only you can find the right way for you. Here are a few tips that might help:-

Improve your Learning Skills

Learning is a skill and it can be improved.
Your path to learning effectively is through knowing
  • yourself
  • your capacity to learn
  • processes you have successfully used in the past
  • your interest, and knowledge of what you wish to learn
Motivate yourself
If you are not motivated to learn English you will become frustrated and give up. Ask yourself the following questions, and be honest:-
  • Why do you need to learn/improve English?
  • Where will you need to use English?
  • What skills do you need to learn/improve? (Reading/Writing/Listening/Speaking)
  • How soon do you need to see results?
  • How much time can you afford to devote to learning English.
  • How much money can you afford to devote to learning English.
  • Do you have a plan or learning strategy?
Set yourself achievable goals
You know how much time you can dedicate to learning English, but a short time each day will produce better, longer-term results than a full day on the weekend and then nothing for two weeks.
Joining a short intensive course could produce better results than joining a course that takes place once a week for six months.
Here are some goals you could set yourself:-
  • Join an English course - a virtual one or a real one (and attend regularly).
  • Do your homework.
  • Read a book or a comic every month.
  • Learn a new word every day.
  • Visit an English speaking forum every day.
  • Read a news article on the net every day.
  • Do 10 minutes listening practice every day.
  • Watch an English film at least once a month.
  • Follow a soap, comedy or radio or TV drama.
A good way to meet your goals is to establish a system of rewards and punishments.
Decide on a reward you will give yourself for fulfilling your goals for a month.
  • A bottle of your favourite drink
  • A meal out / or a nice meal at home
  • A new outfit
  • A manicure or massage
Understanding how you learn best may also help you.
There are different ways to learn. Find out what kind of learner you are in order to better understand how to learn more effectively..

The visual learner

Do you need to see your teacher during lessons in order to fully understand the content of a lesson?
Do you prefer to sit at the front of the classroom to avoid visual obstructions (e.g. people's heads)?
Do you think in pictures and learn best from visual displays including: diagrams, illustrated text books, overhead transparencies, videos, flipcharts and hand-outs? 
During a lecture or classroom discussion, do you prefer to take detailed notes to absorb the information?
!Learning Tip - you may benefit from taking part in traditional English lessons, but maybe private lessons would be better.

The auditory learner

Do you learn best through verbal lectures, discussions, talking things through and listening to what others have to say?
Do you interpret the underlying meanings of speech through listening to tone of voice, pitch, speed and other nuances?
Does written information have little meaning until you hear it?
!Learning Tip - you may benefit from listening to the radio or listening to text as you read it. You could try reading text aloud and using a tape recorder to play it back to yourself.

The Tactile/Kinesthetic learner

Do you learn best through a hands-on approach, actively exploring the physical world around you?
Do you find it hard to sit still for long periods?
Do you become distracted easily?
!Learning Tip - you may benefit from taking an active part in role plays or drama activities.

Other English Learning Tips

Travel to an English speaking country:-
  • England, America, Australia, Canada, South Africa, one of them is only a few hours away from you.
  • Specialist holidays are available to improve your English.
  • Take an English speaking tour or activity holiday.
Spend your time on things that interest you. If you like cooking then buy an English-language cookbook or find recipes on the net and practise following the recipes. You'll soon know if you have made a mistake!
Keep something English on you (book, newspaper or magazine, cd or cassette, set of flashcards) all day and every day, you never know when you might have 5 spare minutes.
If you are too tired to actively practice just relax and listen to an English pop song or talk radio station.
Get onto Skype and Second Life. Start networking with other learners / native speakers / teachers (don't just restrict yourself to seeking out native speakers.
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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Useful phrases in Nepali

A collection of useful phrases in Nepali.
 English                                   नेपाली (Nepali)

 Welcome                                                     स्वागतम् (swagatam)
 Hello/Goodbye                                            नमस्ते (namaste)
How are you?I'm fine, thanks. And you?     तपाईंलाई/तिमीलाई कस्तो छ?
                                                                       (tapaaii/timi lai kasto cha?)

I'm fine, thanks. And you?                         मलाइ सन्चै छ । तपाईलाई नि?
                                                                 (sanchai cha. tapaaiilaaii ni?)

 Long time no see                                       लामो समयसम्म हराउनु भयो नी!
                                                                    (lamo samaya samma haraunu bhayo ni!)

 What's your name?                                     तपाईंको/तिम्रो नाम के हो?
                                                                   (tapaaiiko/timro naam ke ho?)

My name is ...                                          मेरो नाम ... हो (mero naam ... ho)

Where are you from?                                 तपाईकी घर काहाँ हो?
                                                                  (tapaaiikii ghara kaaham ho?)

I'm from ...                                            मेरो घर ... हो (mero ghara ... ho)

Pleased to meet you                              तपाईंलाई भेटेर खुसी लाग्यो
                                                          (tapaaiilaaii bhettera khushii laagyo)

Good morning                                     शुभ प्रभात (subha prabhat)

 Good afternoon                                  शुभ दिवा (subha diwa)

Good evening                                     शुभ सन्ध्या (subha sandhya)

 Good night                                           शुभ रात्री (subha ratri)

 Good luck/Good health!                        शुभ कामना (subhakamana)

 Have a nice day                                    शुभ दिन (subha din)

 I don't understand                                 मैले बुझिन (maile bujhina)

Please say it slowly                               बिस्तारै भन्नुस् (bistaarai bhannus)

 Please say that again                             फेरि भन्नुस् (pheri bhannus)

 Please write it down                              कृपया लेख्नुहोस् (kripaya lekhnuhos)

 Do you speak Nepali?                           के तपाइ नेपाली बोल्नुहुन्छ?
                                                              (ke tapain nepali bolnuhunchha?)

Yes, a little                                           हजुर, अलि अलि बोल्छु (hajur, ali ali bolchhu)

How do you say ... in Nepali?            तपाइले नेपालीमा .... लाइ कसरी भन्नुहुन्छ?
                                                            (tapain le nepalima ... lai kasari bhannu hunchha?

How much is this?                             यो कति हो? (yo kati ho)

 Excuse me/Sorry                               माफ गनुस् (maapha ganus)

Where's the toilet?                            शौचालय कता छ? (sauchalaya kata chha)

This gentleman/lady                          यहाँ/उहाँले हरेकचिजको भुक्तानी गर्नुहुन्छ।
    will pay for everything                   (yaha/uhale harekchijko bhuktani garnuhunchha)                  
Would you like to                             के तपाइ मसँग नाच्न चाहनुहुन्छ?
dance with me?                               (ke tapain masanga nachna chahanuhunchha)

 I love you                                  म तपाइलाइ माया गर्छु। (ma tapainlai maya garchu)

 Get well soon                          चाँडै निको हुनुहोस् (chadai niko hunuhos)

Leave me alone!                      मलाइ एक्लै छोड्नुहोस (malai eaklai chodnuhos)

Help!                                       सहयोग गर्नुस् (sahayao garnus)

 Fire!                                            आगो बाल्नुस् (aago balnus)

Stop!                                          रोक्नुहोस् / रोकिनुहोस् (roknuhos / rokinuhos)

 Call the police!                                प्रहरी बोलाउनुहोस् (prahari bolaunuhos)

Merry Christmas                      किस्मसको शुभकामना तथा नयाँ वर्षको शुभकामना
and a Happy New Year                (krismas ko subhakamana tatha nayabarsha
                                                               ko subhakamana)

Happy Birthday                     जन्मदिनको शुभकामना! (janmadinko shubhakamana)

One language is never enough           एउटामात्र भाषा कहिल्यै पर्याप्त हुँदैन।
                                                      (eutamatra bhasa kahilayei paryapta hudaina)

 Thank you                                               धन्यवाद (dhanyabad)

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

nepali remix ukhan tukka (परिमार्जित नेपाली उखान टुक्का)

nepali remix ukhan tukka 

रिमिक्स उखान टुक्का 

परिमार्जित नेपाली उखान टुक्का

  1.  जस्ता लाई तेस्तै पाउरोटीलाई निस्तै
  2. जुन नेता आए पनि घुस खान नछाड्ने
  3. कस्ता कस्ता कहाँ गए मुसाको बच्चा दरबारमा
  4. तरुनी हुँदा सयवटा पोई,मर्ने बेला कोइ न कोइ ।
  5. बादरको पुच्छर टाई न इँजार
  6. कलिवुडको जात्रा तिघ्राको व्यापार।
  7. के खोज्छस् नेता ? कुर्सी ।
  8. मुर्ति चोर लाई पशुपति न गुहेश्वरी ।
  9. न पाउनेले केरा पाको चियामा चोपेर खाको
  10. पण्डितको टुप्पी न एन्टिना न एरिएल
  11. भन्सारमा सुन छ लिन गए हुन्छ
  12. अर्थ न बर्थको पप गीत गाई , घर छ झुपडी घाटीमा टाई
  13. आमा बाबुको मन छोरा छोरी माथि , छोरा छोरीको मन डिङगो जुत्ता माथि
  14. जसले बियर फोर्छ , उसको हात गनाउछ ।
  15. नशा भनेको सुर्तीले पनि दिन्छ ।
  16. आफ्नै छोरी नखर्माउली तन्नेरीलाई दोष
  17. खुस्किन लागेको हाकिमलाई पिउनले पनि लखेट्छ
  18. १२ छोरा १३ नाती , बुढोको मन तरुनी माथि
  19. मनको लद्दु बियर सँग खा
  20. जाडो भयो राती अनी बुढी ताती

Nepali Ukhan Tukka(नेपाली उखान टुक्का)

Nepali ukhan tukkas that were spoken all around us as we grew up in Nepal. Perhaps, these ukhans which did make a LOT of common sense at one time will revive those senses yet once again.
राजाको काम चारैतिर बदनाम
बादरको पुच्छर टाई न इँजार
तरुनी हुँदा सयवटा पोई,मर्ने बेला कोइ न कोइ ।
कलिवुडको जात्रा तिघ्राको व्यापार।
सीतैंमा पाये भट्टि रीत्तै ।
के खोज्छस् नेता ? कुर्सी ।
घाँटी हेरी हाइनेक किन्नु ।
रातभरि सराप्यो महाजन त जिउदै ।
जोगीको घरमा हिप्पी पाहुना ।
एक पल्ट पकरा्उ परेको चोर पोस्टम्यानलाई देख्दा पनि भाग्छ ।
भुक्ने कुकुर भुकिरहन्छ टोक्ने कुकुर सुतिरहन्छ ।
जँहा केरा उहिँ मदिसे को देरा ।
रातभरि पढ्यो जाँचमा चाहिँ लड्यो ।
मुर्ति चोर लाई पशुपति न गुहेश्वरी ।
बाहुन को टुप्पी एन्टेना न एरियल ।
कस्ता कस्ता आन्दाेलनमा गए नपत्याउनेहरु घरमा ।
राजाको मति १२ बर्ष प्रजातन्त्रमा राखे पनि बाँङ्गाको बाँङ्गै ।
खाई न पाई दौरामाथि टाई ।
नपाउनेले के पायो काक्रोलाई चियामा चोबेर खायो ।
आजकालका केटी स्टाइलको भारी
टाउकोमा भने डिस्को गर्ने जुम्राको ढाडी ।
आमा बाबुलाई समस्या टार्न गार्हो
छोराछोरीलाई भने स्टाईल नै प्यारो
श्रीमती कति बाठी
बोका स्टाईलको केश काटी
तोङ्बा तान्ने छोरालाई ईन्द्रको बाउ चन्द्र आए पनि छेक्न सक्दैन् ।
प्रेमिकाले छोडेको कहिले कहिले
लभलेटर लेख्छन् आहिले
घिच्न जान्दैनन् पकाउनेलाई दोष ।
दाह्रि हेरि शेभ गर्नु ानुहार हेरि प्रेम गर्नु ।
आमा पनि ब्युटी छोरि पनि ब्युटी
बाउले गर्नु पर्ने चुलाको ड्युटी
जुत्ताको माला लगाएको नेता छाला देख्दा तर्सन्छ ।
प्रशासनमा घुसखोरी
जनता बोल्दैनन् मुख फोरी ।
जेठी बुढीको राम्रो कुरा तितो
कान्छीको चाहिँ झटारो नै मिठो ।

jo chor usko thulo swor”
जो चोर उसको ठूलो स्वर
Homiez wit da stolen goodz are loud as heil.

“Nachana jandaina angan tedo”
नाच्न जान्दैन आँगन टेढो
Yo dunno how to move and you bitchin the basement is out of da groove

“Kam kuro eka tira kumlo boki thimi tira”
काम कुरो एकातिर कुम्लो बोकी ठिमीतिर
you lazy ass you leave all yo work behind and yo walk around the bronx wit yo backpack.

“Kane goru lai aunsi na purne”
काने गोरुलाई औंसी न पूर्णे
the blind bull never know whether is full moon or not — yo dawg that sounds like some zen shit yo

“Afu bhalo ta jagat bhalo”
आफु भलो त जगत भलो
Yo ain’t good nobody aint good

“Huney biruwa ko chillo pat”
हुने बिरुवाको चिल्लो पात
these green and shiny buds are gonna grow into some fine weed.

# Khai Na Pai Chhaalaa ko Topi Lai?
# Hing Nabhaye Pani Hing Bandheko Taalo chha?
# Hissa Budi, Khissa Daant?
# Kaam Paayenas Buhari Paadaako kundo kanya?
# Ghaanti Herera Haad Nilnu?
# Najaane Gauko Baatai Nasodhnu?
# Dui Joiko Poi Kunaa pasi roi?
# Lhasama Sun Chha, Mero Kaan Buchchai?
# Artha Na Bartha Govinda Gai
# Jun Goruko sing chaina uskai nam Tikhe?
# Khane Mukh Lai Junga Le Chhek Daina
# Kina chauris Mareech afnai piro le?
# Mukha ma RAM RAM bagali ma chura?
# Choro paune kaile kaile bhoto siune aile?
# Andho ko des ma kano Raja?
# Ama bhanda chori janne: khukuri bhanda kardha lagne?
# Nepal janda, kapal sangai?
# Joo Jogi aaye pani kan chereko?
# Aakash ko phal aankha tari mal?
# Handi ma kanika rahungel randi lai nindra lagdaina?
# Kashi jane Kutti ko bato?
# Bujne lai Shrikhanda Nabujne lai khurpa ko bid?
# Jo chor uskai danko thulo?
# Raat bhari karayo Dachina harayo?
# Na khaun bhane din vary ko sikar khaun bhane Kancha bau ko anuhar?
# Kaam kuro eka teera kumlo boki Thimi tira?
# Alchi Tigro Swadee Jibro?
# Ghyu Na Tel Paka Budi Sel?
# Napaune le kera payo bokrai sita khayo
# Chokta khaana gayeki budhi jhol ma dubera mori?
# Na khauo bhane dir bhari ko sikar Khauo bhane Kancha Bauo ko anuhar?
# Naya naya byahuli bhaie doli chadi hagna gaie?
# Gaandi le khayo rayoo ko saag?
# Nani bhanda aachi thulo?
# Ek jana radi ko das wata poi marne bela koi na koi?
# Raat vari karayo dachina harayo?
# Ke khojchas kano; kankho?
# Kina chauris marich; affnai piro le?
# Bujne lai SriKhanda; na-bujne lai khurpa ko bid?
# Saoon ma ankha futya Goru le sadhaei hariyo dekhcha?
# Kaaga lai bel pakyo; harsh na bismat?
# Booka ko mukh ma kubindo?
# Kukur lai masu paencho?
# Sap lai dudha na khuwaonu?
# Baandar ko hath ma nariwal?
# Kaag ko phul chorne?
# Baar chora; teera naati; budha ko kumlo kandha mathi?
# Baar barsa kukur ko puchchar dhungro ma rakheni; jasta ko testae?
# Choori kuti; buhari tarsaune?
# Vagya ma cha bhandi ma DOKO ma dudha rahadaina?
# Baar barsa RAMAYAN padhayo; SITA kaski joeee?
# Vagyamaani ko bhutaie kamaro?
# Saap lai dhudha khwaera palna hundaina?
# Baakhraa ko puchchar khaeko jasto?
# Cheparoo ko katha jasto?
# Baato na ghaato; daudincha lato?
# Joo aguwa; uee baato haguwa?
# Aarr ka le hatti chadyo bhandai ma; dhuri chdnu hudaina?
# Ghar ko baagh: baahira ko syaal?
# Boolnee ko chaamal bikcha: nabolnee ko pitho ni bikdaina?
# Gaira ko ghar lai paira ko dar; danda ko ghar lai landaaa dar?
# Baisa ma syaal pani ghorlee huncha?
# Aarr ka jioo ko jumra dekhne; aafno jioo ko bhaisi pani nadekhne?
# Haluwa ma baluwa?
# Jasle maha kaadchha usle haat chatchha?
# Jun jogi ayeni kaan nai chireko?
# Affai ta Mahadev uttano tang kasle dela baar?
# Baahun le chyao khawosna swad pawos?
# Agulto le polya biralo; bijuli chamkida tarsincha?
# Bolae na tolae; lule puchchar dolae?
# Shivaji ko tesro netra jasto?
# Kashi jane; Kutti ko baato?
# Lahsa ma sun cha; mero kaan buchchae?
# Baandar ko puchchar lauro na hatiyar?
# Raat bhari karayo dachina harayo?

Funny Proverbs at humjayega.tk

    Man who run behind car get exhausted.
    He who smiles in a crisis has found someone to blame.
    I never forget a face, but in your case I’ll be glad to make an exception.
    I never made a mistake in my life; at least, never one that I couldn’t explain away afterwards.
    The hand that turneth the knob, opens the door..
    Money isn’t everything, there are master cards and visa cards..
    There are two kinds of people in life: people who like their jobs, and people who don’t work here anymore.
    Love is temporary insanity curable by marriage
    A conclusion is simply the place where someone got tired of thinking.
    If your parents never had children, chances are you won’t either.
    Man who drive like hell, bound to get there.
    Half of the people in the world are below average.
    To study a subject best, understand it thoroughly before you start.
    When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!
    Build a man a fire, and he’ll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he’ll be warm for the rest of his life.
    The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.
    It is easier to fight for principles than to live up to them.
    A verbal contract isn’t worth the paper it’s written on
    Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious.
    I can resist everything except temptation.
    It’s a great satisfaction knowing that for a brief point in time you made a difference.
    The fellow who never makes a mistake takes his orders from one who does.
    A bird in the hand is safer than one overhead.
    Free speech carries with it some freedom to listen.
    If you are willing to admit faults, you have one less fault to admit.
    Never insult an alligator until after you have crossed the river.
    Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed.
    The trouble with being punctual is that nobody’s there to appreciate it.
    Technology is a way of organizing the universe so that man doesn’t have to experience it.
    Man who live in glass house should change clothes in basement.
    Parents can tell but never teach, unless they practice what they preach.
    Experience is that marvelous thing that enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.
    You cannot get to the top by sitting on your bottom.
    Man who sneezes without hanky takes matters into his own hands.

Chinese Funny Proverbs

    Virginity like bubble, one prick, all gone.
    Man who run in front of car get tired.
    Man who run behind car get exhausted.
    Man with hand in pocket feel cocky all day.
    Foolish man give wife grand piano, wise man give wife upright organ.
    Man who walk through airport turnstile sideways going to Bangkok.
    Man with one chopstick go hungry.
    Man who scratch ass should not bite fingernails.
    Man who eat many prunes get good run for money.
    Baseball is wrong: man with four balls cannot walk.
    Panties not best thing on earth but next to best thing on earth.
    War does not determine who is right, war determine who is left.
    Wife who put husband in doghouse soon find him in cat house.
    Man who fight with wife all day get no piece at night.
    It take many nails to build crib, but one screw to fill it.
    Man who drive like hell, bound to get there.
    Man who stand on toilet is high on pot.
    Man who live in glass house should change clothes in basement.
    Man who fish in other man’s well often catch crabs.

How to install Nepali Unicode ?

or this you've to install Nepali Unicode Environment if you want to type in Romanized Nepali.

Well, Unicode is 16-bit character set standard, designed to include characters appearing in most languages. This is very helpful in localization project. Nepali unicode font has been developed by Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya (MPP). Since, unicode is a standard, we really don't have to think of individual font. For ex; Preeti font(It is true type Nepali font), if someone has worked on that font, then he/she may not be able to open his document in some other computer where there is no Preeti font. So, Preeti font must be there too. This is lots of hassles. There are lots of Nepali TTF fonts which means all fonts have to be installed every time you work on any documents that is created using those fonts.

Therefore, Unicode removes all these restrictions. It's the universal standard. MPP has released a software to write in Nepali unicode from you own computer. But before that you've to know what are the process. Though, all these processes are mentioned in their official website www.mpp.org.np. I've simplified and tried to put them here concisely:

1) First of all, you've to make your system ready for Nepali Unicode. The process is different for windows 2000 and windows xp.
For windows 2000
- Click Start/Settings/Control Panel
- Click Regional Options
- On the General tab go to the 'Language settings for the system' and scroll down. Ensure that Indic Language is checked.
(You will need Windows 2000 CD to complete the installation)

For windows XP
- Go to Control Panel
- Click on the "Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options"
- Click on the "Regional and Language Options"
- On the Languages tab, ensure that "Complex script and right-to-left languages" is checked
- On the Languages tab, ensure that "Complex script and right-to-left languages" is checked. (You will need Windows XP CD to complete the installation)

2) Now install the Nepali Unicode Environment. Download this from here or here

3) Okay, last step is to configure the keyboard settings.
In windows XP,
- Go to the "Date, Time, Languages, and Regional Options" on the control panel again.
- Click on the "Regional and Languages Options"
- Click on the Languages Tab
- Click on the Details button
- In the installed services, click on the Add button
- In the Input Language, select Sanskrit
- In the Keyboard layout/IME, select Nepali Unicode

In windows 2000,
- Go to the "Regional Options" on the control panel again.
- Click on the Input Locale tab
- Click on the Add button
- In the Input Locale, select Sanskrit
- In the Keyboard Layout/IME select Nepali Unicode from the selection box.
- Click ok and ok on the Regional Option panel as well.

After Rebooting your computer you will be ready to use Nepali font and the typing tutor as well as the sorting utility.

Oh yes, if you need additional unicode utilities, download it
for TypeMaster
for Nepali Thesauras
for Nepali Dictionary

Okie everything is done. You've to type but how? Romanized unicode is very easy. Forget the 'ba,ka,ma,na' in old type methods. That's hectic. Just check out the keyboard layout and start practicing. Layouts are here.

Practicing?? you opened Notepad or wordpad (anything) but couldn't figure how to type there in nepali. You did it right? but failed.. i know. You've to change the language settings. You could do that in shortcut way. Just press ALT + SHIFT while you are in Notepad or anyother wordprocessor and start typing. To revert back to English language, press ALT + SHIFT once more. SO, this ALT+SHIFT is the magic key combo, you see!!!

Now, if you've documents in True Type nepali font formats, then there is a utility to convert them to unicode font. That little software is called converter(Rupanter). Now,i don't need to tell you each and everythhing here, how to use this. This is so easy, you can take help of your common sense. Download this utility from here.

Last but not the least, while saving documents in Unicode format, don't use the classic ANSI format as encoding. You've to set it as UTF-8 format as encoding. And, now the web part, some forums or website don't easily take unicode. If you want to write there, type unicode documents in word processor, copy it and paste on website forums. It's the simple trick you can use.

For latest edition, don't forget to check www.mpp.org.np. The information is very overwhelming out there, so i put this simplified version of my own here.

NOTE: .NET FRAMEWORK is needed if you are unable to install anyone of the utility mentioned above. Download it from here

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Preeti To Unicode converter

Most of the people use preeti font as alternative to unicode font in word processing tasks. But, preeti font is not suitable to use in websites. So, you have to convert it to unicode sooner or later if you want to publish the text on internet. Here is a tool that can do that task for you. Just type in the above box in preeti font and see it converting your text to unicode online.
Click here Online Preeti To Unicode converter

Learn Nepali



Uha (with respect)   
U/Uni (without respect)   
Tapaain(with respect)/ Timi(without respect)
To Open
To Sit
To Walk 
To Eat
To drink
To Win
To run
I go 
Ma jau
He goes 
U janchha
He eats an apple
Usle syau khanchha
He is eating an apple
Usle syau khai raheki chhin
He ate an apple
Usle syau  khayo
I saw the film last week
Maile gata hapta chalchitra heren
She came by bus yesterday
Uni hijo bus chadhera aayin
They went to the mosque
Tini haru mosque gayen
He slept the whole night
Uni raat bhari sutyo
He wrote well in the examination
Usle pariksha ramro lekhyo
He has eaten
Usle khayeko chha
He will go
Uha jancha
He will come
Uha aoucha
What is your name?
Timro/ Taapainko(with respect) naam ke ho?
Timro(without respect)/ Tapaainko
What did you do?
Timileyake ghareyaou?
What can I do?
Ma ke gharna sakchhu ta?
What are the questions?
Prasna haru ke chhan ta?
What were the questions?
Prasna haru kata gaye?
What is the last question?
Antim prasna ke ho?
What is written in the letter?
Chithhi ma ke lekheko chha?
What will be the answer?
Uttar ke huncha?
Why did you come?
Timi kina ayako?
Why did you sleep?
Timi kina suteko?
Why did she pay the money?
Unle paisa kina tireko ?
Why did they sit there?
Tiniharu tyaha kina baseko ?
Why do you drive the car?
Timile gadi kina chalayako?
Why are they late for the meeting?
Tiniharu-le baithak ko lagi kina dhilo gareko?
How did you come?
Timi kasari ayau?
How did you write?
Timile kasto lekhyo?
How many apples are there in my hand?
Mero hath ma kati ota syau chha?
How many did you take?
Timile kati ota linchhau?
How much did he pay you?
Usle timilai kati tiryo?
How much distance to go?
Jana lai kati duri chha?
How was the journey yesterday?
Hijo ko yatra kasto bhayo?
Which way did you come?
Timi kun batoo auchhau?
Which is your favourite colour?
Timro man parne rang kun ho?
In which room did you sleep?
Timi kun kotha ma sutna chahanchhau?
Which story did you tell?
Timi kun katha bhanna chahanchhau?
Which is the sweetest fruit?
Sabai bhanda mitho falful kun ho?
Which is the best newspaper in Nepali?
Nepali ma sabai bhanda ramro  patrika kun ho?
Where did you come from?
Timi kaha bata ayako?
Where did you sleep?
Timi kaha sutchhau?
Where should I go?
Ma kaha jau?
Whom should I contact?
Ma kaslai samparka garu?
Is it a book?
Yo auta kitab ho?
It is a book
Yo kitab ho
Will you come with me?
Ke timi ma sanga auchhau?
I shall come with you
Ma timi sanga auchhu
Yes, of course
Ho, bhaieehalcha ne
Do you love me?
Ke timi malai maya garchau?
Yes, I love you
Ho, ma timilai maya garchu
Can you give me your pen?
Ke timi malai timro kalam dena sakchhau?
Can you write the exam?
Timile exam diyo sakchhau?
Did you have your food?
Timile khana khayo?
How are you?
Timilai kasto chhaa?
I am fine
Ma sanchai chhu

Free Download Nepali Font

You can download several true type Devanagari fonts for free, which I have collected from various sources. Please be aware that many of them are same fonts with different names. Click on download .

Kantipur Nepali Font (kantipur.ttf)

Himali Regular (himali.ttf)

Nepali font Himali regular (himali.ttf) true-type font.

Rukmani Nepali Font (rukmani.ttf)

Rukmani Nepali Font (rukmani.ttf) free download.

Preeti Font (preeti.ttf)

free - preeti.ttf

Beautiful Nepali fonts Package Download

Files Included

Annapurna Plain.TTF, CV Nep Fancy.TTF,Gauri Reg.ttf,Manishau Reg.TTF
Maya.ttf,Mt Everest.ttf,Navjeevan.TTF,Neptimes.TTF,Prachin.TTF
Image Sunil Bold 02,Image Text,Preeti

Monday, May 23, 2011

Convert Devnagri Scripts

Mangal To Kruti 1.5 

Mangal to Kruti v1.5 is all new UNICODE CONVERTER FOR HINDI, MARATHI, NEPALI and Other DEVNAGRI SCRIPTS. It can easily convert Mangal (Arial Unicode MS ) Unicode font to Kruti Dev and saves your precious time. It has the capability to leave English as it is so you don’t have to reformat your document after conversion. You can. Free download of Mangal To Kruti 1.5, size 3.36 Mb.

Parivartak 3.5

 Parivartak v3.5 is all new UNICODE CONVERTER&EDITOR FOR HINDI, MARATHI, NEPALI and Other DEVNAGRI SCRIPTS. It can easily convert Kruti Dev/Shusha font to Unicode and saves your precious time. It supports Kruti to Mangal (Arial Unicode MS) conversion, Shusha to Mangal, Kruti to Shusha and Shusha to Kruti conversion. It also has. Free download of Parivartak 3.5, size 3.39 Mb.

Kruti To Mangal 1.0

 Kruti to Mangal Converter v1.0 is the first UNICODE CONVERTER in the market which can Convert Kruti Text into Mangal font directly in MS Word Files for HINDI, MARATHI, NEPALI and Other DEVNAGRI SCRIPTS.It can easily convert multiple Word Files in a single process and saves your precious time and money. It has the capability to. Free download of Kruti To Mangal 1.0, size 4.51 Mb.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Nepali Unicode

Before the development of Nepali Unicode, Nepali fonts such as Himali, Preeti, Kantipur etc. were basically used in to type Nepali documents. All these fonts although employ Devanagari letters as glyphs or pictorial representations of letters, they still use the ASCII encoding for mapping the letters as far as storage of letters in these fonts are concerned. This brings a lot of complications while transferring the data and documents from one computer to the other. It is required that one should have the same font installed in the other computer as in the source computer where the document was prepared for opening and displaying in the target computer. In addition to this, data processing functions like “Sorting”, “Find and Replace”, “Spell checking” were also not possible with such documents.It was only after the release of the Nepali Unicode in 2002 by Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya that these problems were solved.

Online Unicode Nepali to Kantipur/Preeti Converter

Writing Texts in Unicode Nepali

If you want to write texts, articles or making comments to widely spreading Blogs or any internet site in Nepali, you can do it with the help of the Unicodenepali.com . Click on the link. More you can do with Unicode Nepali reference.
. Then click on the OLD VERSION written on the left top of the page.  You will see now at the botton of the page a box with TYPE HERE in it. Make sure that the mode is seleceted to SMART CONVERSION. Start writing on the box. If the whole sentence is correct then click on GO. For further corrections, click on the MAKE CORRECTIONS button on the top. But some rules are different in correction mode, mind them, like in smart conversion mode if you write euta, it will produce एउटा whereas if you need the same output from the Correction Mode, you have to write e/uTaa because in Correction mode if you write just euta, it will produce एुत. To correct them you would do as follows in Correction mode in the box on the left hand side-
Ta = ट, ta = त, Taa = टा, taa = ता
Some other guidelines to some special Nepali letters or syllables are given below -
# Text between Braces {}, would remain unchanged as the original Latin/Roman texts.
Example-  yo {software} tapailai kasto lagyo ta? = यो software तपाईंलाई कस्तो लाग्यो त?
# If a letter gets wrongly evaluated with the next letter, use the slash (/) key to separate.
Example-  pratishatko = प्रतिशत्को, pratishat/ko = प्रतिशतको
# To force to produce a हलन्त end or a braked end of a word, use the backslash (\) key.
Example- bas = बस, bas\ = बस्
Mapping of the phonetically similar letters:
ta = त, Ta = ट, tha = थ, Tha = ठ, da = द, Da = ड, dha = ध, Dha = ढ, na = न, Na = ण, sha = श, Sha = ष … The case (upper or lower) doesn’t matter for the rest of the letters.
Mapping of the special letters:
ri^ = ्रि (as in प्रिया), rr = र्‍ (as in गर्‍यो) , rri = ऋ, rree = ॠ, yna = ञ , chha = छ, ksha = क्ष, gyna = ज्ञ, * = अनुस्वर (as in संबिधान), ** = चन्द्रबिन्दु (as in यहाँ), om = ॐ
If you want to write the following you would meet problems, because of the incorrect form -
पृथ्वी, पृष्ठ, मृत्यु, मृणाल, मृग, आकृति, प्रकृति, कृषि, कृष्ण, कृपा, निकृष्ट, उत्कृष्ट, वृत्ति, प्रवृत्ति, वृत, वृष, वृद्धि, आवृत्ति, नृत्य, नृप, तृष्णा, तृप्ति, संतृप्ति, गृह, भृकुटी, भृङ्ग ऋषि, धृष्ट, धृतराष्ट्र, धृष्टद्युम्न, सृष्टि, दृष्य/दृश्य, बृहद्

Now, you can write on Nepali Text to enhance sweetness of the languagae and to reach many Nepali readers, who are poor in English.

Nepali Font Installation Guide

 Nepali Font Installation Guide You need to install any of the nepali unicode font to read or write nepali , commonly used unicode nepali font is AnjaliOldLipi True Type Font . Please following the instructions to install unicode nepali in your system.

Step -1 Download Nepali Font

Download Nepali Font Specify Download Location Open Containing Folder

Step -2 Copy Downloaded Font to clipboard

Copy To Clipboard

Step -3 Open fonts folder in windows

Open fonts folder Open fonts folder

Step -4 Paste Font

Paste font

Saturday, May 21, 2011

What is Unicode?

Unicode provides a unique number for every character,
no matter what the platform,
no matter what the program,
no matter what the language.

Fundamentally, computers just deal with numbers. They store letters and other characters by assigning a number for each one. Before Unicode was invented, there were hundreds of different encoding systems for assigning these numbers. No single encoding could contain enough characters: for example, the European Union alone requires several different encoding to cover all its languages. Even for a single language like English no single encoding was adequate for all the letters, punctuation, and technical symbols in common use.

These encoding systems also conflict with one another. That is, two encoding s can use the same number for two different characters, or use different numbers for the same character. Any given computer (especially servers) needs to support many different encoding s; yet whenever data is passed between different encoding s or platforms, that data always runs the risk of corruption.
Unicode is changing all that!

Unicode provides a unique number for every character, no matter what the platform, no matter what the program, no matter what the language. The Unicode Standard has been adopted by such industry leaders as Apple, HP, IBM, Just Systems, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Sun, Sybase, Unisys and many others. Unicode is required by modern standards such as XML, Java, ECMAScript (JavaScript), LDAP, CORBA 3.0, WML, etc., and is the official way to implement ISO/IEC 10646. It is supported in many operating systems, all modern browsers, and many other products. The emergence of the Unicode Standard, and the availability of tools supporting it, are among the most significant recent global software technology trends.

Incorporating Unicode into client-server or multi-tiered applications and websites offers significant cost savings over the use of legacy character sets. Unicode enables a single software product or a single website to be targeted across multiple platforms, languages and countries without re-engineering. It allows data to be transported through many different systems without corruption.
About the Unicode Consortium

The Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organization founded to develop, extend and promote use of the Unicode Standard, which specifies the representation of text in modern software products and standards. The membership of the consortium represents a broad spectrum of corporations and organizations in the computer and information processing industry. The consortium is supported financially solely through membership dues. Membership in the Unicode Consortium is open to organizations and individuals anywhere in the world who support the Unicode Standard and wish to assist in its extension and implementation. source-www.unicode.org