Read and write basic telugu ( india ) language MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 383 MB | Duration: 50m
basics of telugu language . What you'll learn
how to read telugu . how to write telugu . reading basic telugu words . reading basic sentences . Requirements none . Description 1. In this course you will learn how to write and read basic telugu language . 2. In this course we will have some practical classes on how to form a word . 3. Basics of reading telugu words you can learn . 4. You will learn how to write a letter and how to read it . The Telugu script is an abugida consisting of 60 symbols - 16 vowels, 3 vowel modifiers, and 41 consonants. Telugu has a complete set of letters that follow a system to express sounds. The script is derived from the Brahmi script like those of many other Indian languages. Telugu script is written from left to right and consists of sequences of simple and/or complex characters. The script is syllabic in nature-the basic units of writing are syllables. Since the number of possible syllables is very large, syllables are composed of more basic units such as vowels ("acchu" or "swaram") and consonants ("hallu" or "vyanjanam"). Consonants in consonant clusters take shapes that are very different from the shapes they take elsewhere. Consonants are presumed pure consonants, that is, without any vowel sound in them. However, it is traditional to write and read consonants with an implied "a" vowel sound. When consonants combine with other vowel signs, the vowel part is indicated orthographically using signs known as vowel "mātras". The shapes of vowel "mātras" are also very different from the shapes of the corresponding vowels. Who this course is for anyone who has intres to learn indian languages.
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