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Bengali

It’s easy to fall in love with Bengali, the local speech of the most easternmost Indo-European languages. Spoken in Bengal, a colorful region rich in natural beauty matching well with its warm and friendly people, Bengali is a key component in tying together Bengal's regional pride and cultural diversity.

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People

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  • Who Are You?
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    People

    Who Are You?

    • Greet others and bid them farewell
    • Introduce yourself formally
    • Meet new people
    • Identify subject pronouns
    • Know how to frame a question in present tense
    • Use present tense verbs to denote 'happiness', 'comfort'
  • We are Family
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    People

    We are Family

    • Ask questions regarding familial relationships.
    • Describe someone in relation to family members
    • Introduce someone else
    • Learn the rules of identifiers - "there," "here" and their use
    • Use possessive pronouns 'mine', 'yours', 'his', 'ours'
  • Getting to Know You
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    People

    Getting to Know You

    • Articulate feelings
    • Describe physical characteristics
    • Express interest
    • Inquire about a stranger
    • Frame sentences with 'Do you think ?', 'How do you feel ? ' in present tense
    • Use 'with her', 'with him'
  • There’s No Place Like Home
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    There’s No Place Like Home

    • Explain that you are a non-native speaker
    • Explain where you are from
    • Identify languages and countries
    • Inquire about someone’s ability to speak a language
    • Use 'from' in relation to a place (coming from) or in relation to an institution or person (learning from)
    • Use the verb 'can' - I can আমি পারি
  • Where did you go to School?
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    Where did you go to School?

    • Discuss the merits of a school
    • Inquire about programs
    • Learn the grammar rule to frame interrogative sentence
    • Use verb 'to study' in relation to a college or university and its usage in past tense

Travel

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  • “How do you say….?”
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    Travel

    “How do you say….?”

    • Ask for clarification
    • Provide and obtain new information
    • Request new vocabulary
    • Ask questions using 'why', 'what', 'where'
    • Use the prepositions - 'it', 'this', 'that'
    • Use verbs -'to learn', 'to tell' in present tense
  • Haggling and Money
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    Travel

    Haggling and Money

    • Ask the price for something
    • Buy a ticket for travel
    • Count
    • Negotiate
    • Use numbers
    • Use the key verb - 'to like to'
  • In My Closet
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    Travel

    In My Closet

    • Express future plans
    • Identify various articles of clothing
    • Question statements made by others
    • Form future tense verbs
    • Use the verb 'to wear' in terms of different objects - clothes, shoes, ornaments
  • Shop Till You Drop
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    Travel

    Shop Till You Drop

    • Find places to shop
    • Gather information from a native speaker
    • Inquire about shops in the local area
    • Use prepositions denoting 'between', 'within'
    • Use the verb - 'to buy' in present and future tense
  • X Marks the Spot
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    Travel

    X Marks the Spot

    • Ask for and receive directions
    • Describe the location of one object in relation to another
    • Form imperative sentences
    • Use words denoting 'direction', 'side', 'vicinity'

Activities

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Places

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