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SPOKEN MALAYALAM - 1
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Lesson 5
Malayalam Alphabets & Easy Words
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Lesson 9
Lesson 10
Lesson 11
Lesson 12
Lesson 13
Lesson 14
Lesson 15
Lesson 16
Lesson 17
Lesson 18
SPOKEN MALAYALAM - 2
Lesson 19
Lesson 20
Lesson 21
Lesson 22
NUMBERS
Lesson 23
Simple Sentences with Two Words
Lesson 24
Lesson 25
Lesson 26
Simple Sentences with Three Words
Lesson 27
-Glossary
 
A POEM
An Article
A Story by VKN
Glossary - Part 1
Conclusion - Part 1
 

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LESSON 26A – Ah, Abm, Atlw(He)

* the word He has three equivalents in Malayalam - Ah, Abm & Atlw, which progressively expresses the respect to the person addressed

Sentence
Pronunciation
Meaning
 
Ah³* \nì
avan ninnu
he stood
Ah³ \nÂçì
avan nilkunnu
he is standing
Ah³ \nÂçw
avan nilkum
he will stand
Ahsâ \n¸v
avante nilpu
his standing
AbmfpsS ]«n
ayaaLude paTTi
his dog
At±lw ]dªp
addheham paRanju
he said
At±lw ]dbpì
addheham paRayunnu
he is saying
At±lw ]dbpw
addheham paRayum
he will say
At±l¯nsâ ]d¨nÂ
addhehathinte paRachil
his saying

* the word “He” has three equivalents in Malayalam -Ah, Abm & Atlw, which progressively expresses the respect to the person addressed.

LESSON 26B – AhÄ, AhÀ(She)

* the word “He” has three equivalents in Malayalam - Ah³, AbmÄ & At±lw, which progressively expresses the respect to the person addressed

Sentence
Pronunciation
Meaning
 
AhÄ Xnì
avaL thinnu
she ate
AhÄ Xnìì
avaL thinunnu
she is eating
AhÄ Xnìw
avaL thinnum
she will eat
AhfpsS Xoä
avaLude theeta
her food
AhÀ tI«p
avaR keTTu
she heard
AhÀ tIÄçì
avaR kELKunnu
she is listening
AhÀ tIÄçw
avaR kELKum
she will listen
AhêsS tIÄhn
AvaRude kELvi
her hearing

* the word “she” has two equivalents in Malayalam - -AhÄ & AhÀ, which progressively expresses the respect to the person addressed.

LESSON 26C – AhÀ(They)

* the word “He” has three equivalents in Malayalam - Ah³, AbmÄ & At±lw, which progressively expresses the respect to the person addressed

Sentence
Pronunciation
Meaning
 
AhÀ sImì
avaR konnu
they killed
AhÀ sImÃpì
avaR kollunnu
they are killing
AhÀ sImÃpw
avaR kollum
they will kill

* Here -AhÀ,is used as the plural of “he” and “she”.

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