The preposition “To” in English is ને ( ne ) in Gujarati.

So, To Ram -> રામને  ( rAmane )

To Sita ->  સીતાને (sItAne )

But preposition “To” is handled bit differently in Gujarati when used with pronouns.

Special forms are created incorporating ને ( ne ) to pronouns. So no need to add ને ( ne ) again.

e.g. “to him” in English is તેને ( tene) in Gujarati.

Notice this special form already has ને ( ne ) In it. So no need to add ને ( ne ) again.

Below table has list of forms for all pronouns.

Pronoun in English Pronoun in Gujarati Pronoun form with pronoun “To”
I હું (huM) મને  (mane )
we અમે (ame) અમને  (amane )
we ( listener including) આપણે(ApaNe) આપણને  (ApaNane )
You (singular) તું(tuM) તને  (tane )
You (plural) તમે(tame) તમને  (tamane )
He /She /It

(when person or thing is near )

/ This (m./f/n.)

આ(A) આને  (Ane )
He /She /It

(when person or thing is far )

/ That (m./f./n.)

એ  (e)


એને  (ene )

તેને  (tene )

They તેઓ(teo) તેમને  (temane )/

તેઓને  (teone )




એ  (e)

આમને (Amane)

એમને  (emane )

Give me water -> મને પાણી આપ (mane pANI Ap)
Father, tell it to him -> બાપુ, એને આ કહો  (bApu, ene A kaho )
Give it to Ram -> રામને આપ  (rAmane Ap )

Give it to Sita -> સીતાને આપ  (sItAne Ap )

Hang it to tree -> ઝાડ ને લટકાવ  (jhAD ne laTakAv )

Ask him(polite)  -> તેમને/તેઓને પૂછ  (temane/teone pUCh )

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