Importance Of Third People

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Register to read the introduction… Nanna, Avana Maneyalli ,avanalli

panchami shashTi Sapthami sambhodane

A Alli

Mine / it’s Within, There

Nanna hesaru guru Maneyalli yaaroo ilva?

By adding ‘a’ to the end, one can frame a question. Ex :- hauda? , Alva?, ilva?, neevu software engineera? Entha is a charcter prbing question? Ex: idu entaa haNNU? (Answer could be oLLE haNNu or ketta haNNU). Aadaroo (Even then) when combined with questioning works, the meaning changes drastically. Ex:- yaaru + aadaroo = yaaraadaroo (Any one) yelli + aadaroo = yellaadaroo hege + aadaroo = hegaadaroo….

Brief introduction to Kannada language
'Kannada' is one of the oldest Dravidian languages and is spoken in its various dialects by roughly 45 million people. Kannada is one of the official languages of India and is the state official language of the state of Karnataka. Kannada language has been spoken for about 2000 years, with the Kannada writing system being in use for about the last 1500 years. There is also a sharp distinction between the spoken and written forms of Kannada. Spoken Kannada tends to vary from region to region. The written form is more or less constant throughout Karnataka, however. The ethnologue identifies about 20 dialects of
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You are running fever. He has got cough. Do not drink cold water if you have cold. I have got severe headache. Are you keeping well? Please take the medicine after your dinner. You will have to take 3 tablets a day. One who eats well is immune to diseases. I have a broken hand. He has broken his leg in the accident. There is an accident on the road. Snake’s poison is dangerous. Blood flows in the body. There are thieves in this area. There has been a burglary in their house. The thief has broken the lock and burgled the house. Be careful of the fire there. I have to pay the water bill. I need a cable connection. I need to have the telephone repaired. There has been a powercut in my

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