I remember when I was in school, our teachers used to come up with tricks and hacks on how to make certain lessons simpler. Like the famous hack to write the 9-times table, or the one to find out the square root of any number. These tricks used to make learning fun and our student lives so much easier!
In an addition to such tricks, an entrepreneur and author on Twitter recently shared a genius hack to learn the Punjabi language by using numbers. He posted a chart in which there was one column containing words in English and another column containing numbers. These numbers when pronounced in Hindi translates the English words into Punjabi! Actor Arshad Warsi too shared the hack.
Have a look at the tweets here:
— Jaspreet Bindra, Tech Whispering from Home (@j_bindra) July 8, 2020
Finally I can learn the language I love.. pic.twitter.com/wXb9jV1ob5
— Arshad Warsi (@ArshadWarsi) July 9, 2020
In case you are still scratching your heads, here’s a translation:
भाई (बा ई)
छेत्ती सौ (छत्ती,सौ)
— Kishan (@ChJattkishan) July 9, 2020
To say that people on the internet, including me, are amused by this hack would be an understatement! Many took to the comment section to laud the entrepreneur and say, “Paaji, tussi chaa gaye!”
Now we all know what that means!
The primer….love it …such a mathematical language …
— Jagdish Mitra (@jagdishmitra) July 8, 2020
Nice way to learn punjabi
— seemaverma (@vseema) July 9, 2020
— Zeeshan Baloch (@zeeshanbaloch) July 9, 2020
— Simran (@_The_Darksoul__) July 9, 2020
Unbelievable: paaji tussi(Punjabi) great ho 🙏🙏❤️❤️
— MOHAMMAD SADEEQ SHAH (@msideeqshah) July 9, 2020
Oh god. The realest thing I've heard for the day
— Muneeta aneja (@MuneetaA) July 9, 2020
& TRUE 😂😬
— ISH 🇻 KHANNA®©™🇮🇳 (@REAL_IK16) July 9, 2020
😂😂😂 Bruh, this is so true ❤️😭
— Ramandeep Singh (@Ramandeep13_) July 9, 2020
Chha gaye tussi!
— Mayank Choudhary (@Mayank0203) July 9, 2020
This trick is surely going to come in handy for many! Do you know of more such hacks? Share with us!
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