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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
 
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LESSON 13 – MADHYAMANGAL 
b, c, e, h, f, g, d
This lesson introduces four alphabets which are classified as “Madhyamangal”:

b (ya) - ]mb (paaya) = mat
c (ra) - ]mc (paara) = metal or wooden bar
e (la) - ]e (pala) = many
h (va) – hI (vaka) = ownership
f  (LLa) – Imf (kaaLa) = ox
g  (zha) -  ag (mazha) = rain
d (Ra) - ]md (paaRa) = rock

EXERCISE - 6

Each of the above alphabets has twelve formations with twelve vowels excluding E. The student is instructed to fill in the blanks in the table below, following the examples given earlier. The student should write down the pronunciation in English and learn the pronunciation.
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LESSON 14 – OOSHMAKKAL & OTHER CONSONANTS 
i, j, k, l, ä, \
This lesson introduces the last six letters of the Malayalam alphabets known as Ooshmakkal and other Consonants:

Ooshmaakkal:  
i (ša) - ]ip (pašu) = cow
j (sha) – ajn (mashi) = ink
k (Sa) - kaw (samam) = equal
l (ha) – knwlw (Simham) = lion
Other Consonants:  
ä (tta) – ]mä (paatta) = cockroach
\ (na) – hn\ (vina) = danger

EXERCISE - 7

i (ša), j(sha), k(Sa), l(ha) and \ (na) have thirteen formations with all the vowels while ä (tta) has twelve formations with vowels but without E. The student is instructed to fill in the blanks in the table below, following the examples given above. The student should write down the pronunciation in English and learn the pronunciation.
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LESSON 15 – CHILLUKAL, ANUSWARAM 
³, ¬, Ä, Â, À
This lesson introduces Chillukal and Anuswaram, which are not a part of the alphabets, but appears in many words, mostly at the end of the word.

Chillukal:  
³ (n) - am³ (maan) = deer
¬(N) - Nm¬(chaaN) = a measure of length
Ä (L) – tXÄ (thEL) = scorpion
 (l) – ]m (paal) = milk
À (r) – hÀWw (varNam) = color
Anuswaram:  
w (m) – ISw (katam) = debt

 

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