You’ll learn imperative form of Hindi verbs.
You’ll learn how to give orders Hindi.
Giving orders in Hindi is very similar to requesting someone in Hindi. You may want to learn requests in Hindi here.
Let us learn this with examples.
Verb : आ-ना (aa-naa) = To come
Polite imperative form : आ-ओ (aa-o) = Come
If you want to order someone to enter your room, you’ll say
आ-ओ (aa-o) in Hindi.
the root of the verb gets suffix -ओ(o) .
Similarly for the verb : to go = जा-ओ (jaa-o)
The polite imperative form will be : जा-ओ(jaa-o) = go.
Now for those verbs which have two or more letter in their root form:
for example :
देख-ना (dekh-naa) = To see
The polite imperative form becomes : देख + ओ= देखो ( dekho) = see
बैठ-ना (baith-naa) = To sit
The polite imperative form becomes : बैठ + ओ = बैठो ( baitho) = sit
One must keep in mind that this imperative form of Hindi Verbs is always used with the pronoun “तुम (tum)”.
तुम बैठो (tum baitho) = (you) sit