🔥 The American Consulate in Mumbai posted a funny video that showed diplomatic test knowledge through understanding Hindi idioms The American consulate in Mumbai posted a funny video that examined diplomatic knowledge of Hindi idioms as English
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- Mumbai’s American Consulate released a fun video, diplomatic test knowledge through understanding Hindi idioms
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- Diplomat Adam Hall from the Mumbai Consulate said he has been learning Hindi for 4 years
- Adam understood ‘mujhe ram ki raagi hai’, ‘house of the devil with an empty mind’, ‘whose sticks stick his buffalo’, but ‘thief-thief stuck to my brother’
Today is Hindi day. On that occasion, the American Consulate in Mumbai shared a fun and unique video to show the friendship between India and America. This video tries to understand the idioms of Hindi in English. In it, the American diplomat Adam Hall tests his Hindi knowledge of Hindi idioms at the consulate.
The thief is attached to the thief and his cousin
In the video that went viral on Hindi Day, Adam tried the famous English idioms like “Mukh Mein Ram Bagal Mein Churi”, “Empty Mind Devil’s House”, “Whose stick is his buffalo” but “Choir Choir Mousere ” to understand. Brother, he got stuck. Adam said that he loves Hindi very much and has been learning this language for four years.
First experiment in Hindi
The viral video may be the first video by an American diplomat to understand the famous Hindi idioms in English. The video also tells the idioms of Hindi along with the idioms spoken in the same style and expressions in English. People really like this video. Many users give their feedback after watching the video. Prem Palakkad said: “Many Indians do not understand these expressions. We appreciate your hard work. ‘Another user, Nitina Katkar, said to Adam, Mausare means cousin brother.