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I'm talking about the city itself, not the suburbs or the district. Wikipedia says that the Colombo city limits are 36% Sinhala, 29% Sri Lankan Tamil, 29% Moor, and 2% Indian Tamil. As the latter three groups speak mainly Tamil, wouldn't this make Colombo a largely Tamil speaking city? Is this apparent in practice?
Hello guys! I'm posting on behalf of my friend in a local uni, who has to take his H1 Tamil exam as part of the graduation requirements(mother tongue requirement). Anybody here taking A's this year or have taken before or got friends or family who could help out by providing resources? That would be super helpful!! My dm's are open :) Thanks in advance for the kind souls reading :) have a pleasant day everyone!
I made a browser extension called VocabBoost, which allows one to make a fill-in-the-blanks language test (i.e. a quiz) out of any website. I’ve got an impression that there are not many test materials in Tamil, but there are some texts. So I thought you might find the extension useful to practice Tamil. I tested the extension on this page and here (screenshot) is the result. Unfortunately I don’t know Tamil, so I am not sure whether extension always works for Tamil. I would appreciate your feedback.
To install VocabBoost, please visit:
I myself needed to pass German C1 exam recently and, thus, had to improve my vocabulary. Unfortunately, textbooks felt boring, so I had an idea to make an extension to just convert sites I already like into my own ‘textbooks’. That worked really well and was much more enjoyable.
The extension is free, because I want everyone to have equitable access to learning materials. I accept donations to support development, but they are 100% optional and there are no pesky reminders to donate.
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I hope this helps you with learning Tamil!
EDIT:Closed for Now
Vannakam I am working on a South Asian Languages Website as a school project. I am hoping a full and public release by the end of 2022. So far I am hoping to start with Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and Tamil. If this is successful I will expand to even more languages. The purpose of the website is to make learning south asian languages free, more accessible, better and easier.
I know this seems demanding but hear me out
What this is: -All this is is me asking for translations of words, asking about teh workings of the Tamil language, and possibly getting voice recordings of these words later on -Asking to verify and check my work that I will send -This will be over Reddit messenger but I will sort out other communication means if needed
Requirements: -Speak Tamil fluently as a native and Fluent in English -Good knowledge on Linguistics -Good knowledge on both Standard/Literary and Colloquial Tamil (India or Sri Lanka, doesn't matter)
Note (Please Read Fully): -This is voluntary work not paid, but if you wish, if this succeeds to get released, you will be credited
-The website is not for any kind of politics or meant to press any views or discriminate against any caste, religion, country, race, ethnicity, political group etc
-I am the sole person working on this website, after the school related phase is done, I will hopefully release it online for the public
-I am a very private person so I prefer my anonymity and privacy to be respected
Please DM me on Reddit if you are interested,
>Tamil is the mother of all languages. Tamil language is of unknown antiquity. Infact we (humans) all descended from common parents. I have presented some points from my book:
>So, Tamil is the mother of not just European Languages but also all languages in this world.
Found this on Quora, the photo is big so I pasted the text, but here's a photo.
Edit: I am new to the sub so I thought it would be fine to post, but I just realized that there wo many of these type of posts. I am sorry, if I ever post something again I will definitely try to post something different.
Please Translate the Easypeasy book into Urdu and Tamil language. Someone help?
hi! i havent seen any informative posts about h2 tll so i was wondering what the subject is like!! v curious
i got a b3 in normal (is that what you call it lol) tamil for my olevels and i didnt take hmt either..
i mean i do regret that b3 because i didnt put in enough effort for tamil
so people who've taken/are taking h2 tll, whats the subject like? like the syllabus and exam formats and content!! please be detailed if possible, really appreciate it :D thank you!!
if youre comfortable with it, pls let me know your olevel grade, wether you took hmt and how youre coping/ you coped with h2 tll ♡♡ thanks
I need help with the transliteration of the English words "Rupee Beer" written into Tamil script/language.
I would like it written the way it is pronounced in English. Please don't translate the words into the Tamil language first and then write.
Thank you very much for your help!