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Zahed Ansari, Hyderabad
Is the word 'clothes' plural orsingular?
'Clothes' is always plural.Cloth is the material ofwhich clothes
made and is
i) They are stood/ sit =
¢√∞¡ŸxE©-•úÕÖØ√o®Ω ’/ èπÿ®ÌaE ÖØ√o®Ω ’ –
ii) They have been stood/ sit =
¢√∞¡ŸxéÌCl Ææ´’ßª’ç†’ç* É°æ pöÀ´®Ωèπ◊ E©•úÕÖØ√o®Ω’ – Ñ È®çúø ’
i) Wrong. They are
-Correct.ii) They have been
-Correct. ('Be' forms are followed always bythe '... ing' form or the past participle)
Please translate into English.
I bought the ticket to Vijayawada
As your wish/ as your like - Which one iscorrect?
As you wish/ as you like - are correct.
To dad, with love, as you like it, a girl on thetrain, standing up yourself - Please translateinto Telugu..
To dad with love =
(Writing a letter/ presenting something)Agirl on the train = Agirl travelling by train.Standing up yourself - No meaning.
Hemanth & Suresh, Nehru Nagar
Çßª’† á°æ pöÀ†’ç*
Åßª÷u®Ω ’/á°æ pô’oç*
éÀ®√´õ‰ xü¿’ =
Since whenhas been absent from school - Is thiscorrect?
absent?/ has henot been attending school?
¢√∞¡Ÿx ´*a†°æpô’oç* ´÷èπ◊ ÅFo éπ≥ƒd™‰=
Wehave all these difficulties since they camehere - Is this correct?
have been having
these difficultiessince they came here.
Activity = Work
ØËEéπ\úÕéÀ®√´úøç O’éÀ≠æ d ç ™‰ü¿’ =
You don't likemy coming here - Is this correct?
®√vA (E†o) éπîËJ °æ ‹Jh îËÆæ’èπ◊E ´îË aÆæJéÀ¶«í¬
Ç©Ææ u¢Á’i çC. Åçü¿’Íé Ééπ\úø°æúø’èπ◊Ø√o†’.
-Please say in English.
By the time the concert was over, it was toolate. So I slept here.
K. Sreenu, Hyderabad
"She would rather we stayed till tomorrow".
àN’öÀ? üΔE °æ ‹Jh Å®Ωn ç
She'd (she would) rather we stayed tilltomorrow = She
that we should stayhere till tomorrow.
(Ç¢Á’ éÓ®Ω ’èπ◊ç-öçC, ´’†ç Í®°æöÀ´®Ωèπ◊ Öçú≈©E)
éπ©Æœ ´îË a ¢√é¬u©’ à
Will - future tense, was - past tense.She
somehow that he
Ç¢Á’èπ◊ á™«íÓ ûÁ©’Ææ’hçC, ÅûªúÕéπ\úøÖØ√oúø ’
Varshitha Jyoshi, Khammam
I could hear voices in the next room - Pleasesay in Telugu.
Å´ûªL í∫C™ á´J¢Ó íÌçûª’©’ N†í∫Lí¬†’/ N†
í∫LT† °æJÆœ nA™ ÖØ√o†’.
´÷ ûª´·túÕE Ç £æ «¢ËMéÀBÆæ’Èé∞¡x´ü¿’lÅçõ‰BÆæ ’
Èé∞«x´¤. É°æ ¤púø ’ îª÷úø ’ °æ¤®√´Ææ’h °æJ¨üμ ¿† ¨»ê
¢√J ûª´yé¬™x•ßª’ô°æúÕ† ÅNöÀP©pç™« á™«
=I had told you not to take tothe Haveli. Why did you take him there?Now look at him how he is stood like a crip-pled sculpture got taken out by the archeo-logical department in diggings.- Is this translation correct?
I had told you not to take him to the Haveli,but you did. See, how he is standing like amaimed sculpture, found in the excavationsof the archeological department.
They must have been writing/ They must bewriting - Is this used in Spoken English?
They must have been writing = (At some-time in the past) they were surely writing.They must be writing = (Now) Theyare surely writing.The sentences are used inSpoken English.
Vikram Singhal, Khammam
He must have told you/ must not have toldyou - Please say in Telugu.
Åûªúø ’ éπ*aûª çí¬ FûÓ îÁ°œ p Öçö«úø ’ – (Ææ çüË£æ «ç
He must not have toldyou =
Åûªúø ’ Fèπ◊ îÁ°œ p
Öçúøúø’ (ÅC ïJTÖçúøü¿’).
He should have toldyou/ He should nothave told you -Please clarify inTelugu.
Åûªúø ’ Fèπ◊ îÁ°œ p -Öçú≈LqçC. é¬F
îÁ °æ p™‰ü¿ ’
/Åûªúø ’ Fèπ◊ îÁ°œ p Öçúøèπÿúøü¿’, é¬F
It is time, the producers produced/ producegood films - Please clarify.
It is time the producers
E®√tûª©’ ´’ç* *vû√©†’ EJtçîËÆæ´’ßª’ç üΔöÀ§Ú®·çC. (
There is no use of his coming here/ tellingme - Is this correct?
There is no use telling me/ hiscoming here - Correct.
Salman Khan, Vijayawada
"I am seeing the doctor" - You saidthe above sentence is correct in alesson. But it was you who saidthat the verbs like taste, know,understand, see, hear, smell etcshould not be used in progressivetense - Please clarify.
'See' (Past tense - Saw) has
meanings.1) to notice what appears to us
(´’†èπ◊ éπE°œ çîªúø ç),
With the second meaning, 'meet', 'see' canbe used in am + ing/ is + ing/ are + ing form.
By whom was the bell rung?/ Who was thebell rung by? - Which is right?
Who was the bell rung by?In present day English, this is preferred to'By whom was the bell rung?"
O’®Ω ’ èπ◊Ka™ èπÿ®Óa´úø ç ØË†’ ¢Á ·ü¿öÀ≤ƒJ
îÁ°æ púø ç ÉüË¢Á ·ü¿öÀ≤ƒJ.
îÁ°æ ¤h-Ø√o®Ω’/ îÁ§ƒp®Ω’/
îÁ§ƒpL. – Ñ ¢√é¬u©†’ ÉçTx≠ˇ™ á™«îÁ§ƒpL?
i) I see for the first time your sitting in thechair.ii) This is the first time for you to sit andteach/ to sit while teaching.iii) You are teaching, sitting/ You sat whileyou were teaching/ You
É°œ pçî√L –
Pleasetranslate the above into English.
I have to have my son given an injection.
=They are stood./
¢√®Ω’ èπÿ®ÓaE ÖØ√o®Ω’ –
They are sat. -
-Ççí∫ x- ¶μ «-≠æ-ù
Ççí∫ x- ¶μ«- ≠æ-ù
-§ƒ-ûª-¢√u≤ƒ-© éÓÆæç - éÀ x é˙ - îË - ßª ’ç- úÕ ...
How goodare you atEnglish?
Why, Ican speakand writewell.
Can you follow the dialogues inEnglish movies made in the US? I mean,American pronunciation.
ÆœE´÷™xÆæç¶μ «≠æù©’ Å®Ωn ç îËÆæ’éÓí∫
To a great extent, yes. I cannot if theyspeak very fast.
(î√™«´®Ωèπ◊ Å®Ωn ç îËÆæ’éÓí∫©†’.
´’K -¢Ëí∫ çí¬ ´÷ö«xúËô°æ ¤púø ’ ´÷vûª ç Å®Ωn ç îËÆæ’éÓ
I regret I can't (cannot), try as Imight. The movies can be boring if you can'tfollow the dialogues.
(ØË†’ Å®Ω n ç îËÆæ’éÓ™‰†E
îÁÊ°pçü¿’èπ◊ ¶«üμ ¿°æúø ’ûª’Ø√o†’.) áçûª v°æßª’Aoç
*Ø√ Å®Ω n ç îËÆæ’éÓ™‰éπ§ÚûË, ÅN ¶«í¬ NÆæ’í∫’
Yea. They can, certainly. For example, Ican't (cannot) follow Hindi movies. I seethem only for the songs. They can entertainyou.
(Å´¤†’, ûª°æ pèπ◊çú≈. Ø√ N≠æßª’ç™ ØË†’
£œ «çD ÆœE´÷©’ Å®Ωn ç îËÆæ’éÓ™‰†’. ØË†’ §ƒô©
éÓÆæ¢Ë ’ ¢√öÀE îª÷≤ƒh†’. ÅN î√™« ¶«í∫’çö«®·.)
You can be of some help for me.
(†’´¤y Ø√èπ◊ ≤ƒßª’°æúøí∫©´¤.)
Look at the following expressions from the conversations above.
well.2) Can you follow the dialogues?3) I
, if they speak very fast.4) The movie
very boring if you cannotfollow the dialogues.5) They
Ö°æ-ßÁ ÷í∫ç àN’öÉ°æ ¤púø ’ ûÁ©’Ææ’èπ◊çüΔç.
English well =
¶«í¬ ®√ßª’í∫©†’, ´÷ö«xúøí∫©†’.
E/ ´’†ç îËßª’í∫© N≠æßª÷Eo ûÁ©’°æ ¤ûª’çC. Ææ÷éπ~tçí¬
-†’ í∫©, í∫LT
†-ô’-´çöÀÅ®ΩnçûÓ áèπ◊\-´í¬ ¢√úøû√ç. Åçõ‰≤ƒ´’®Ωnuç
Can do/ sing/ walk =
îËßª’í∫©/ §ƒúøí∫©/ †úø´
How fast can you walk?
(†’´¤y áçûª¢Ëí∫ çí¬ †úø´í∫©´¤?)
7 to 8 Kms an hour.
(ØË†’í∫ çôèπ◊, 7, 8 éÀ.O’. †úø´í∫©†’.)
here at 8 tomorrowmorning?
(Í®°æ¤ Öü¿ßª’ç, áEN’CçöÀéÀ Ééπ\úøÖçúøí∫©¢√?)
I am afraid. I
. It's abit too early.
Å†’èπ◊çô’Ø√o, ÅCî√™« ûÌçü¿®Ωí¬ éπüΔ!)
Then, when is the earliest you
(¶«í¬ ûªy®Ωí¬ Å®·ûË á°æ¤púø’Öçúøí∫©´¤?)
I can certainly be here at 9.00
(ØËEéπ\úøûÌN’tCçöÀéÀ ûª°æpèπ◊çú≈ Öçúøí∫©†’).
Other than Telugu, what languages
(ûÁ©’í∫’ é¬èπ◊çú≈ ÉçÍé¶μ«≠æ©’ ´÷ö«xúøí∫-©´¤?)
English and Hinditoo.
£œ «çD èπÿú≈ ´÷ö«xúøí∫
Can = Be able'Can'
èπÿú≈ ¢√úø´îª’a. Å®·ûË,
´’†ç îËßª’-í∫-L-TçC îÁ•’-ûª’çC.
îËßª’í∫LT, îËÆæ’h†oC îÁ•’ûª’çC.
She can sing =
She is able to sing =
Ç¢Á’ §ƒúøí∫©ü¿’, §ƒúø ’ûÓçC.
(Å®·ûË, Ææ çü¿®√s¥Eo •öÀ d
†’ èπÿú≈ É°æ ¤púø ’ ï®Ω ’-
í∫ ’ûª’çü¿E îÁ°æ p´îª’a.)
You doubted her ability to speak Tamil
(Ç¢Á’ ûªN’∞¡ç ´÷ö«xúøí∫©í∫ú≈Eo †’´¤y Ææ çüË£œ «ç
So what now?
Look. Listen well and tell me how wellshe can speak.
(¶«í¬ N†’, Ç¢Á’ áçûª¶«í¬´÷ö«xúøí∫©’í∫ ’ûª’çüÓ îÁ°æ ¤p.)
Ö°æßÁ÷í¬©’ ´’JéÌEo îª÷üΔl ç.
How fast can you walk? How fast can you walk?
They must have been writing!