Choosing a Password
Your password should ideally be more than 7 characters long as longer passwords are more secure. It is highly recommended that you choose an unique password for each site that you go to. Some people choose a phrase like "WhereTheMindIsWithoutFear" (a famous Tagore poem) so that they can easily remember their password. In the Welcome email, only the first and last two characters are shown for security reasons.
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Each user needs to set up an unique identity on the system. Since we want to make sure that we can easily communicate with users, we have chosen an user's Email ID as the most practical and useful unique ID. The user's Name (separated as First Name and Last Name) is useful when communicating with them. Finally, we want to save the geographical location of a user to be sensitive to their time zone when communicating by phone or streaming video that may be useful for the learning process.
Please register by filling in the Registration form. Make sure that the email ID you enter is easily accessible to you. All system communications will be sent to this email. If an invalid email is entered, the registration will be immediately deleted.
The password should be more than 8 characters. Longer passwords are more secure. It is highly recommended that you choose an unique password for each site that you visit. Some people choose a phrase like "WhereTheMindIsWithoutFear" (a famous Tagore poem) so that they can easily remember their password. The password is not displayed on any online screen. In the Welcome email, only the first and last two characters are shown for security reasons. If you forget the password, you will have to register again, and all your usage history will be lost.
After successful registration, an email will be sent to you with
Subject: Welcome to supriyosen.net to acknowledge
successful registration, document your Profile and to provide a guide to the various capabilities of the site. Please save this email to remember your credentials. A database record is created on the supriyosen.net server to identify you for subsequent visits.
A registered user can use multiple devices and only needs to login from each device as necessary. For example, I use an iMac, an iPad, and an iPhone. For testing, I also have set up a Windows 10 and a Linux Ubuntu 14 under VirtualBox, an App that runs under Mac OS. Only one registration is required.
Since Registration sets up your profile, you should Register again if you want to change your Password, Name or Location. If you want to change your Email ID, you need to register as a new user. The history of your activities can be manually coordinated by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration record on the server will be removed after six months of inactivity or on your emailed request. Registered users will get an activity status report by email twice a month.
For your convenience, the system has been designed to remember your Login credentials on any computer, tablet or smartphone for 90 days from your last visit. If you are a frequent visitor, you can expect to be "auto logged-in" and go directly to the site,
Browser settings on some computers may restricts how long login credentials will be remembered. Public computers like the local Library or Internet Cafes usually reset every day. In these cases, the auto-login will not be effective and you will have to Login every time.
If you are not auto logged-in when you access the site, please Login using the login panel.
Please Login to Get Started, after you Register on this Site
This prepares Bangla Text (with HTML) to the Mouseover Assistance developed for supriyosen.net.
Paste the text in Tab#1. Then click on the "Process" button. Tab#2 will now show the transformed text and as you move your mouse over a Bangla word, you will see the English meaning of the Bangla word. The words not found in the Public Dictionary will be highlighted.
In Tab#3, you have the option of researching the meanings of words you do not know by looking up the Samsad Dictionary (at the University of Chicago) in Tab#4. The Public Dictionary is a "Learning Dictionary" and will remember the English meanings you entered.
Enter (or copy/paste) Bangla text (with HTML) below.
Then click on .
The Bangla with Mouseover Translation will be seen on Tab#2.
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Mouseover Readassist displayed here...after processing in Tab#1
The Public Dictionary
A Glossary of Words in Bangla and English Translations is produced when you clicked on the "Process" button.
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Updating the Public Dictionary in Assisted Bangla Apps
The Public Dictionary is meant to be a quick glossary of Bangla Words and their English meaning. Its purpose is to provide a quick translation, word by word, in the "Assisted Bangla" Applications for Text and News on the supriyosen.net website.
Any registered user can update this dictionary. The user's registered emailID is recorded for any updates.
Derivatives of Words implemented with Suffixes
Last 1 Char
Last 2 Chars
Last 3 Chars
Last 4 Chars
Definitive The definitive "the" (also called a determiner) is implemented with a suffix on the noun e.g.
কুকুরটা, বাচ্চাটি, কুকুরগুলো, বাচ্চাগুলি
Ta -> 'টা' Ti -> 'টি'
1) Inanimate objects /less respectful, add 'টা'
2) Animate/living/more respectful, add 'টি'
gulO -> 'গুলো' guli -> 'গুলি'
1) Plural form of 'টা' is 'গুলো'
2) Plural form of 'টি' is 'গুলি'
Measure Words When you refer to a number of objects, the name given to the number in a collection is a measure word (MW). A collection is implemented as a suffix to the Measure Word e.g.
একবার, দুইদল, তিনদিন, চারতলা, পাঁচঘন্টা, ছয়খানা, সাতমাস, আটজন, নয়টা, দশটি
bar -> বার dol -> দল din -> দিন tola -> তলা ghonTa -> ঘন্টা khana -> খানা mas -> মাস jon -> জন Ta -> টা Ti -> টি
Genitive This is the possessive case of a noun or pronoun e.g.
মামার, গাছের, মামাদের
r -> 'র'
1) If last letter in noun is vowel, add 'র'
er -> 'ে'.'র'
2) If last letter in noun is consonant, add 'ে'.'র'
der -> 'দের'
3) If noun is plural, add 'দের'
Locative This is a preposition formed with a noun+suffix e.g.
বাড়িতে, ঘরে, কলকাতায়ে, টরন্টোয়ে
e -> 'ে'
1) If last letter in noun is consonant, add 'ে'
te -> 'তে' ye -> 'য়ে'
2) If last letter in noun is vowel, add 'তে'
3) 'য়ে' applied to Proper Nouns, refers to Places
Objective This form is used when the noun or pronoun is used in the Object Phrase e.g.
ke -> 'কে'
Conjunctive This form is used when the noun or pronoun is inclusive (like "also" or "too" in English) e.g.
O -> 'ও'
Exclusive This form is used when the noun or pronoun is exclusive (like "only" or "alone" in English) e.g.
আমিই, দাদাই, যুদ্ধই