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How to impress your Assamese girlfriend

Love really does make the world go round! When in love you want to do everything you can to make your beloved smile.

Love has a way of entering our lives. Most often it catches us unaware and changes our lives forever. Love can happen anytime and anyplace and with anyone. Also with the world turning into a global village, falling in love with anyone has become a norm.

If you are someone who has fallen in love with an Assamese girl, here are a few phrases (to be followed by action!) you can use to impress your Assamese girlfriend. Everyone has an affinity to their mother tongue. And if you can learn these few phrases in Assamese, your girlfriend will be impressed, for sure.

Let us help you.

Assamese: Tumi emaan dhuniya (Tumi is Tum in Hindi)

Translation: You are very beautiful.

 

Assamese: Moi tumak bhaal paau.

Translation: I love you.

 

Assamese: Aaji moi tumar karone khuwa bonaam.

Translation: Today, I will cook for you.

 

Assamese: Tumi hahilei baxanta.

Translation: Anytime you smile, Spring arrives.

 

Assamese: Tumi mur jeewonor puhar.

Translation: You are the light of my life.

 

Assamese: Tumar suli kusa jen kola megh.

Translation: Your hair resembles the dark clouds.

 

Assamese: Tumi mur jeewonoloi eman xukh loi aaha.

Translation: You bring so much of happiness to my life.

 

Assamese: Tumak dekhile he mur raati puwaai

Translation: My day starts when I see you.

 

Assamese: Tumi emaan morom loga.

Translation: You are so sweet.

 

Assamese: Muk biya patiba ne?

Translation: Will you marry me?

#celebratinglove

So, if you are a beginner trying to impress your Assamese girlfriend, the above simple phrases should do the trick.

If you really want to learn the language fluently, stay tuned to Language Curry #Assamese coming soon to our app! Watch this space!

 



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