Archive for April, 2011

German word: Ahnung
English translation: hunch
   
Part of speech: noun

Example sentence
 
German: Ich habe überhaupt keine Ahnung!
English: I have absolutely no idea!

Mu ki baat sune har koi, dil ke dard ko jaane kaun !!
Aawazon ke baazaron mein khamoshi pehchaane kaun!!

Mu ki baat sune har koi !!

Sadiyon sadiyon vahi tamasha, Rasta rasta lambi khoj !!
Lekin jab hum mil jaate hain, Kho jaata hai jaane kaun!!  (Twice)

Aawazon ke bazaaron mein khamoshi pehchane kaun !!
Muh ki baat sune har koi !!

Woh mera aaena hai aur main uss ki parrchhai hun. (Twice)
Mere hi ghar mein rehta hai, mujh jaisa hi jaane kaun !!

Aawazon ke bazaaron mein khamoshi pehchane kaun !!
Muh ki baat sune har koi !!

Kiran kiran alsaata suraj, palak palak khulti neend
dheeme dheeme bikhar raha hai, zarraa-zarraa jaane kaun !!

Munh ki baat sune har koi, dil ke dard ko jaane kaun !!
Aawazon ke baazaron mein khamoshi pehchaane kaun  !!
Mu ki baat sune har koi !!

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German Word

Posted: April 15, 2011 in Deutsch Wortschatz
German word: ganz
English translation: entirely
Part of speech: adverb

Example sentence
German: Ich bin ganz deiner Meinung.
English: I agree with you entirely.

Dressed to the nines

Posted: April 15, 2011 in My Phrases

Meaning

Dressed flamboyantly or smartly

Punjab National Bank is Recruiting for a massive number of vacancies i.e. 6428 positions.

Online registration Starts :- 11.04.2011

Ends :-  3.05.2011

Eligibility:-

Age – Above 20 Years and Below 25 Years

Minimum Educational Qualifications As on opening date of Registration i.e.11.04.2011 :-

>Graduate in any discipline with 50% marks OR equivalentqualification, and working knowledge of MS Office.

>Relaxation in Educational Qualifications for SC/ST/EXSM/PC Candidates:
Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University,and working knowledge of MS Office.

Fee:- Rs.300 (others) & Rs.50 (SC/ST) In any PNB Branch using Voucher from website.

Selection process :- Written test + Interview

All the Best 🙂

Find All the details here :-

https://www.pnbindia.in/En/ui/Recruitment.aspx

https://www.pnbindia.in/En/ui/Home.aspx

Download you admit card for 17th April 2011 Clerical exam from bank’s website here

http://www.bankofbaroda.com/recruitment.asp?artid=2353&modid=36

All the Best for the Exam 🙂

please check bank’s website here for further details:-

http://www.bankofbaroda.com/recruitment.asp?artid=2353&modid=36

http://www.bankofbaroda.com

German Word of the Day

Posted: April 11, 2011 in Deutsch Wortschatz
German word: sich freuen
English translation: to be happy
Part of speech: verb

Example sentence
German: Ich freue mich für dich.
English: I am happy for you.

German word:Fragen

Posted: April 9, 2011 in Deutsch Wortschatz
German word: fragen
English translation: to ask
Part of speech: verb

Example sentence
German: Kann ich dich etwas persönliches fragen?
English: Can I ask you something personal?

Fell off the back of a truck

Posted: April 9, 2011 in My Phrases

Meaning

A euphemism for ‘acquired illegally’.

Origin

When anyone accounts for their possession of an article by saying it ‘fell off the back of a truck’ or ‘fell off the back of a lorry’, they may be assumed not to be its legal owner – i.e. it is stolen. ‘Lorry’ is the British version; in the USA and Australia things fall from trucks. This coy language, which feigns innocence but actually emphasizes illegality by using a phrase that is reserved for illegal dealing, is similar to The Godfather’s ‘an offer he can’t refuse‘.

German word: Farbe
English translation: color
Part of speech: noun

Example sentence
German: Ich mag alle Farben.
English: I like all colors.