Malayalam, like all other languages, has a fully developed Grammar, which defines and dictates rules on how to use the alphabets and words and how to construct sentences and poems. In Malayalam, letters are combined to form new letters and words are combined to give different meanings.
In this Part 3, two passages from the vast literature of Malayalam are reproduced. The usage of grammar in those passages are explained, so that the student can get an idea of how the words, sentences and paragraphs are constructed in Malayalam, following the rules and definitions established in the grammar.
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