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Lesson Posted on 08/05/2020 Language/Telugu Language

Body parts in Telugu

Priyanka

Body is known as Sareeram ( ) or Dhehamu ( ). Parts means baagaalu ( ) and Organs are called as Avayavaalu ( ). So, Body organs means Dheha avayavaalu ( ). In this lesson we will learn names of few body parts in Telugu. - head - face - Neck - Throat ... read more

Body is known as Sareeram (శరీరము) or Dhehamu (దేహము). Parts means baagaalu (భాగాలు) and Organs are called as Avayavaalu (అవయవాలు). So, Body organs means Dheha avayavaalu (దేహ అవయవాలు). In this lesson we will learn names of few body parts in Telugu. 

తల - head

ముఖము - face

మెడ - Neck

కంఠము - Throat

భుజము - Shoulder

చేతులు - hands

రొమ్ము - Chest

కడుపు – Stomach

కాలేయము - Liver

నడుము - Waist

కండరము –Muscle

కాలు - Leg

తొడ - Thigh

మోకాలు - Knee

కాలివేలు - Toe

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Lesson Posted on 06/04/2020 Language/Telugu Language

/Sarvanaamaalu/Pronouns

Hitesh Kollipara

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Meaning: Pronouns are words like I, you, he, they, she, we etc. They are words that refer to people. Use: We use pronouns when we do not want to call people or objects by their names. Types/Groups: For Humans: First Person Singular: when we talk about ourselves or express... read more

Meaning:

          Pronouns are words like I, you, he, they, she, we etc. They are words that refer to people. 

Use:

          We use pronouns when we do not want to call people or objects by their names.  

Types/Groups:

For Humans:

First Person Singular:  when we talk about ourselves or express ourselves (our qualities or qualifications) or describe the actions we have done or going to do individually, to others, then we say - నేను/Nenu/I’m or I

Ex: నేను మంచి వాడిని/Nenu manchi vaadini/I’m a good person

     నేను చదువుకున్నవాడిని/Nenu chaduvukunnavaadini/I’m a literate

      నేను చేశాను/Nenu chesaanu/I did

      నేను చేస్తాను/Nenu chesthaanu/I will do

First Person Plural: there are two words for ‘we’ in Telugu. Those are – మనము/Manamu and మేము/Memu

మనము/Manamu: We use మనము/Manamu when we are talking to people or person those are part of our group

Ex: మనము వెళ్దామా?/Manamu veldaamaa?/Shall we go? (asking to one of the people part of our group)

     మనము తిందామా?/Manamu thimdaamaa?/shall we eat? (asking to one of the people part of our group)

     మనము మంచి వాళ్ళము/Manamu manchi vaallamu/we are good people (asking/telling to one of the people part of our group)

మేము/Memu: we use మేము/Memu when we describe the actions of our group to the people not part of our group.

Ex: మేము వెళ్లవచ్చా?/Memu vellavachhaa?/Can we go? (asking to one of the people not part of our group)

     మేము తినవచ్చా?/Memu Thinavachhaa?/Can we eat? (asking to one of the people not part of our group)

     మేము మంచి వాళ్ళము/Memu Manchi vaallamu/We are good people (asking/telling to one of the people not part of our group)

Second Person Singular: The Telugu word for ‘you’ is – నువ్వు/Nuvvu or నీవు/Neevu. Both are synonym to each other and are gender neutral.

Ex:  నువ్వు/నీవు మంచి మనిషివి/Nuvvu Manch manishivi/You are a good person.

Second Person Plural: We use మీరు/Meeru for ‘you’ when we are talking to more than one person or elders or strangers or when we want to give/shower respect even to one person.

Ex: మీరు మంచి మనిషి/Meeru manchi manishi/You are good person.(singular)

      మీరు మంచి మనుషులు/Meeru Manchi manushulu/You people are good. (Plural)

Third Person Singular: అతడు/Athadu which means ‘He’ for ‘man’ and ఆమె/Aame which means ‘She’ for ‘woman’

We can also use తను/thanu and తను/thanu is gender neutral but the ending of sentence reveals us the gender.

Ex: తను మంచివాడు/Thanu manchivaadu/He is a good person (డు/du sound tells us we are talking about a man)

      తను మంచిది/thanu manchidhi/she is a good person (ది/dhi sound tells us we are talking about a woman)

Third Person Plural: వారు or వాళ్ళు / Vaaru or Vaallu for They’ (gender neutral)

For Things:

Singular:

  1. When there is only one thing i.e. in singular form and that too near to us i.e. at arms distance, then we say – ఇది/Idhi for both ‘It and This’
  2. When there is only one thing i.e. in singular form and very far from us i.e. not at arms distance, then we say – అది/Adhi for ‘That

Plural:

  1. When there are many things i.e. in plural form and that too near to us i.e. at arms distance, then we say – ఇవి/Ivi for ‘These
  2. When there are many things i.e. in plural form and that too near to us i.e. at arms distance, then we say – అవి/Avi for ‘Those
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Answered on 31/01/2019 Language/Telugu Language

Kathyani Bangaru

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Really I should appreciate your interest in telugu language. It depends on your learning ability and I interest too
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Lesson Posted on 03/02/2018 Language/Telugu Language

Telugu Words

Suvarna M.

My mother tongue is Telugu and i know how to write and speak Telugu, Hindi & English.

Welcome: suswagatham Haii: haii Hellow: hellow How: Ela Why: Enduku What: Emiti/Enti You: Nuvvu/Meeru Me: Nenu Mine: Naadi Love: Prema Like: Ishtam Where: Ekkada Here: Ikkada We: Manam Namastey to all: Andariki Namaskaram How are you: Ela Unnaru / Bagunnara? What is your Name: Mee peru... read more
  1. Welcome: suswagatham
  2. Haii: haii
  3. Hellow: hellow
  4. How: Ela
  5. Why: Enduku
  6. What: Emiti/Enti
  7. You: Nuvvu/Meeru
  8. Me: Nenu
  9. Mine: Naadi
  10. Love: Prema
  11. Like: Ishtam
  12. Where: Ekkada
  13. Here: Ikkada
  14. We: Manam
  15. Namastey to all: Andariki Namaskaram
  16. How are you: Ela Unnaru / Bagunnara?
  17. What is your Name: Mee peru emiti/enti?
  18. Had you are food: Meeru tinnara? / Bojanam Chesara?
  19. I am Fine: Nenu Bagunnanu
  20. I completed my food: Nenu tinnanu
  21. Where are you going?: Nuvvu Ekkadiki velthunnav?
  22. Why should I tell you?: Nenenduku neeku chepali?
  23. Break it/ Brea up: Virragottu / Vidipovadam
  24. Share: Panchukundam
  25. Hair: Juttu
  26. Hair Plate: Jada /Vaalu jada
  27. Fore Head: Nuduru / Nuditi
  28. Eye brows: kanu bommalu
  29. Eyes/Eye: Kallu/Kannu – Kanti   Eye tears : Kannilu
  30. Eye Lashes: Kanureppalu
  31. Tikka: Bottu
  32. Nose: Mukku
  33. Nose ring: Mukku pudaka
  34. Lips: Pedavalu/pedhalu
  35. Teeth: Pallu
  36. Tongue: Naaluka
  37. Chin: Geyddam
  38. Cheeks/Cheek: Buggalu/Bugga chempa /chempalu
  39. Ears / Ear: Chevulu/Chevi
  40. Ear Rings: Jumki / kammalu / buttalu
  41. Throat: Gonthu
  42. Neck: Meda
  43. Shoulder/shoulders: Bujam/bujaalu
  44. Elbow/elbows: Mochethu/mochethulu
  45. Finger/fingers: Chethi veylu/ veyllu
  46. Nail/nails: Goru/gorlu
  47. Mehindi: Gorintaku
  48. Palm: Ara cheyi
  49. Waist: Nadumu
  50. Leg/legs: kaalu/kaallu    
  51. Knees: mokaallu  
  52. Foot: Arikaallu  
  53. Feet: Paadham/paadalu 
  54. Foot nails: Kaali gorlu
  55. Thigh/thaighs: Thoda/thodalu
  56. Slap: Kottu/chempa debba
  57. Oh god: Deyvudaaa!!
  58. II.
  59. Where are you going?: Nuvvu ekkadiki velthunnav?
  60. I am going to Mumbai: Nenu Mumbai ki Velthunnanu/Pothunnanu
  61. Now where are you?: Ippudu ekkada unnav?
  62. Now I am in Manipal: Ippudu nenu manipal lo unnanu.
  63. I am at Manipal: Nenu manipal daggara unnanu.
  64. I am not going there: Nenu akkadiki Vellannu/Ponu
  65. Tell: Cheppu/cheppandi 
  66. Telling: Cheppedhi
  67. Speaking: Matladuthunnanu/ matlaaduthunnaru
  68. They are speaking: Vaallu matlaaduthunnaru/matladukuntunnaru
  69. You speak: Nuvvu/nuv matlaadu   Meeru matladandi
  70. You both speak: Meeru iddharu matladukondi
  71. You can speak: Nuv matlaadu
  72. Can I speak: Nenu matladavocha?
  73. We can speak: Manam matlaadukundham
  74. Can we speak or not?: Manam matlaadukundhama voddha/ledha?
  75. To whom you are asking?: Nuv yevarini aduguthunnav? / Meeru everini aduguthunnaru?
  76. For which you are saying?: Dheni kosam/dheni gurunchi nuv chepthunnav? / Dheni kosam /Dheni gurunchi meeru chepthunnaru?
  77. Are you saying or not?: Nuv chepthunnava ledha? /  Meeru chepthunnara ah ledha?
  78. Are you asking or not?: Nuv aduguthunnava ledha / Meeru aduguthunnara leda
  79. You are grown up: Nuv edhigipoyav /  Meeru edhigipoyaru.
  80. I am not coming: Nenu Raanu & Nenu ravatledhu or nenu ravatam ledu.
  81. I am not going: Nenu vellanu or Nenu Ponu
  82. Hey why are you saying like that?: Hey endhuku/enti  ala antunnav?
  83. Hey why are you doing like that?: Hey endhuku ala chestunnav? / Hey endhuku ala chestunnaru.
  84. Please: Dayachesi
  85. Don’t cry: Eydavaku/eydupu
  86. Please you don’t cry: Dhaya chesi nuv edyavaku/meeru eydavakandi
  87. They are crying: Vaallu eydustunnaru
  88. She is crying: Tanu eydusthundi/adhi eydusthundi/ah ammayi eydusthundi
  89. She cried a lot yesterday: Tanu ninna chala eydchindi/adhi ninna chala eydchindi
  90. He cried: Vadu eydchadu/ athanu eydcahdu / ah abbayi eydchadu
  91. Aai shapath: Aay baaboye
  92. Shapath/kasam: Ottu
  93. Aai shapath/ maa kasam/ meri kasam: Amma thodu/amma meeda ottu  naa meedhottu
  94. What are you thinking about youself?: Em anukuntunnav nuvv nee gurunchi? / Em anukuntunnaru meeru mee gurunchi?
  95. I will tell that answer: Nenu ah jaavabu chepthanu
  96. Wait: Aagu
  97. You told na!: Nuvvey kada cheppav/annav
  98. Studying: Chadhuvuthunnanu/ gamanistunnanu
  99. They are studying: Vaallu chadhuvuthunnaru/vaallu gamanisthunnaru
  100. Observation: Gamaninchatam
  101. They are observing me: Vaallu nannu gamanisthunnaru
  102. They are following you or what?:  Vaallu nee venuka vosthunnaara ah enti?
  103. After: Tarvatha
  104. Afterwards: Tarvatha
  105. I will call you afterwards: Nenu neeku tarvatha call chestha/chesthanu
  106. Can you give me?: Meeru naku isthara? Nuv naaku istava?
  107. Please can you share your food?: Daya chesi mee Bhojanam natho share chestara/chesukuntara ah? Or daya chesi mee bhojanam  naatho panchukuntara? Daya chesi nee Bhojanam natho share chesthava or daya chesi natho bhojanam panchukuntava
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Answered on 03/12/2017 Language/Telugu Language

Sheerin Shaik

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1) Learn 5 words per day to improve your vocabulary. 2) Search those words in Google for meaning and learn more from that search. 3) Always be confident to speak English. 4) Don't be afraid to face comments of others if they correct your mistakes by commenting on your English. Just keep learning... read more
1) Learn 5 words per day to improve your vocabulary. 2) Search those words in Google for meaning and learn more from that search. 3) Always be confident to speak English. 4) Don't be afraid to face comments of others if they correct your mistakes by commenting on your English. Just keep learning from your mistakes so one day you will be good in dealing with English. For any help feel free to connect. All the best. read less
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Answered on 14/04/2017 Language/Telugu Language

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Answered on 05/08/2018 Language/Telugu Language

Tanvi Madbhavi

Highly Qualified Tutor

It won't take so much time for a kannada person to learn telugu; Kannada is very much related to Telugu.
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Answered on 04/02/2017 Language/Telugu Language

Sharma M.

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Hi Dhakshi, it depends on learners grasping level. At least of 2 months time is needed. If you do good practice after one hour class, you can expect good result.
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Lesson Posted on 15/09/2016 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Abacus Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching +7 Tuition/Class I-V Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC) Language/Hindi Language Exam Coaching/IBPS Exam Coaching Tuition/Nursery-KG Tuition Language/Telugu Language less

10 Tips to Improve your Learning

Prasanth Kumar Das

Made enough friends and classmates cleared their main examination in which who had no clue regarding...

Study Tip 1: Underlining. Study Tip 2: Make Your Own Study Notes. Study Tip 3: Mind Mapping. Study Tip 4: Flashcards. Study Tip 5: Case Studies. Study Tip 6: Quizzes. Study Tip 7: Brainstorming. Study Tip 8: Mnemonic Rules 9. Study Tip 9 : Organising your Study 10.Study Tip 10:... read more
  1. Study Tip 1: Underlining.
  2. Study Tip 2: Make Your Own Study Notes.
  3. Study Tip 3: Mind Mapping.
  4. Study Tip 4: Flashcards.
  5. Study Tip 5: Case Studies.
  6. Study Tip 6: Quizzes.
  7. Study Tip 7: Brainstorming.
  8. Study Tip 8: Mnemonic Rules
  9.   9.  Study Tip 9 :      Organising your Study
  10.    10.Study Tip 10: Proper Timetable
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Answered on 23/03/2020 Language/Telugu Language

Apoorva P.

The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is... read more

The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is considered to have spoken by a lot of people in India. The Telugu language was first formed by Renati Cholas, who ruled the Kadappah regions. Telugu split from th Proto-Dravidian languages between 1000BC -1500BC.

According to the ancient Indian literature, the Telugu language is said to have derived from the word "Lepakshi". During Ramayana, the bird Jatayu falls after a battle with Ravana. When Sri Rama witnessed this at the spot, he compassionately said "Le, Pakshi", which means "Rise, bird".  This indicated the presence of Telugu language in the ancient Indian

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