Following is a translation between English and Garhwali sentences:
Pronunciation Help :
*’aa‘ should be pronounced as ‘aa’ in ‘bazaar’
*’(n)‘ should be pronounced for getting the feel of n only.
English : Do you know Garhwali?
Garhwali : Tu Garhwali jaandi che?
English : Yes, a little bit of it.
Garhwali : Haan thoda bhaut.
English : Can you speak Garhwali?
Garhwali : Kya tu Garhwali boli leendi?
English : No. But I can understand Garhwali.
Garhwali : Na, bolu ta ni sakadu par bing leendu.
English : Do you want to learn Garhwali?
Garhwali : Kya tu Garhwali sikhan chahandi?
English : Yes. I want to learn it.
Garhwali : Haan, jaroor.
English : When did you buy this mobile phone?
Garhwali : Teen ye mobile kab lyai?
English : I bought it last month.
Garhwali : Pichal mahinaa.
English : What is your phone number?
Garhwali : Tyaar mobile number kya cha?
English : My mobile number is 9818123456.
Garhwali : Myaar mobile number cha 9818123456.
English : Do you know Anil Mehra?
Garhwali : Tu Anil Rawat tai jaandi che?
English : Yes, he is the Sarpanch of your village.
Garhwali : Haan wu hamar gaon ka sarpanch cha.
English : Are you married?
Garhwali : Byoh ho gyai tyaar?
English : Yes, I am married for three years.
Garhwali : Haan teen saal pali hi hwe gya chay.
English : Where are you married from?
Garhwali : Kakh bitak hwyaa tyar byoh?
English : Premnagar in Dehradun.
Garhwali : Dehradun maa Premnagar bitak.
English : How many children do you have?
Garhwali : Kathga bachhaa chan tyaar?
English : I have only one daughter.
Garhwali : Meri ek beti cha bas.
English : When are you going to marry?
Garhwali : Tu kab kani che byoh?
English : I haven’t decided it yet.
Garhwali : Abi ta kuch ni sochi.
English : Will you marry me?
Garhwali : Kyaa tu myaar dagad byoh karali?
English : I need some time to think about it.
Garhwali : Mitai kuch taem chaenu cha sochanu ku(n).
English : Where do you work?
Garhwali : Tu kakh kaam karadi?
English : I work in a Call Centre in Delhi.
Garhwali : Me Dilli ma call center ma kaam karadu.
English : When will you come?
Garhwali : Tu kab aili?
English : I will come on Tuesday evening.
Garhwali : Me mangalwaar shaam tai aulu.
English : Will you drink tea?
Garhwali : Chai peenai kya?
English : No. Not now.
Garhwali : Na abi na.
English : Would you like to have tea or coffee?
Garhwali : Tu chai coffee kuch peenai kya?
English : I would like to have coffee.
Garhwali : Haan coffee lelu(n)l.
English : Have you had your lunch?
Garhwali : Tween din ka khanauk khaai yal.
English : No. I am on fast today.
Garhwali : Na aaj myaar bart cha.
English : Shall I go?
Garhwali : Ab chalwa(n) ?
English : You can go after some time.
Garhwali : Tu kuch taem ka baad jai sakadi.
English : May I come in?
Garhwali : Kya me bhitar ai sakadu?
English : Yes. You don’t need any permission for that.
Garhwali : Haan haan, twe tai kain aagya ka jaroorat ni cha.
English : Do I talk much?
Garhwali : Kya me bahut boludu?
English : Shall I tell you the truth?
Garhwali : Sach boli diu(n)?