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I Ðû¦è[ª- ÷ªÙÞœüŒî¦ô¢Ù 9 ÎÞœú£ªd 2005

Pranav: Mom, I will go to the first show today. Ú¥ñæ¨d I/We + will Eô¢g-óŸ«Eo êµLóŸª-â¶-ú£ªhÙC.
(Í÷«t, û¶ìª ÐôÁV íÆ£úÃd-ÿ¼ÚÛª îµüŒ-ê¦ìª.) 2) I/We êÁ will ÷«æ°x-è¶-î¦J Ñë¶l-ø‹Eo (intention)
Narmada: You shall finish your home work
first.
êµLóŸª-â¶-ú£ªhÙC.
a) SriRam: What do you want to Shravan?
(ìª÷±y îµ³ë]å É˺Ù÷ôÂ\ í£²Jhà¶óŸ«L.) Shravan: I will be (will become) a doctor.
Pranav: Tapan, my friend, will be here in a
few minutes. We will finish our
(û¶ìª è¯ÚÛd-ô¢ªÞ¥ ÑÙæ°/ è¯ÚÛd-ô¢ª-ì-÷±ê¦
homework together.
(Ñë¶løŒÙ) – will be/ become
(û¦ všíÆÙè êŸí£ûË ڕCl ENª-ÿ§ö˺x ÏÚÛ\-è…-Ú•- Ñë¶løŒÙ (intention)).
b) Praneetha: My friend Pratibha will be
þ§hè[ª. ٠Ïë]lô¢Ù ÚÛLú‡ É˺Ù÷ôÂ\ à¶ú£ª- here in a few minutes.
ÚÛªÙæ°Ù) Prasanna: We will take her home, then.
Narmada: Look here, Pranav, You shall see tomorrow?
the next movie only a month later.
(Íô³ê¶ Îîµªìª ÷ªìÙ ÏÙæ¨Ú¨ Bú£ª·Ú- 7) Nù£ªg: û¶ìª ÷³Ùò°ô³ à¦ö°-þ§ô¢ªx îµü‹xìª.
üŒë¯Ù – Ñë¶løŒÙ (intention)) ÐøŒyôÂ: û¶ìª ÖÚÛ-þ§J ÷«vêŸî¶ª îµü‹xìª. Prasanthi: I am/ shall be at home all the
I will not allow you to waste your day tomorrow.
Praneetha: Later, I will take you and her to Nù£ªg: vñtÙ ÚÛ«è¯ ÷³Ùò°ô³ îµü‹xè¯?
time. Santhisri: But I shall go to Guntur tomor-
a movie. We will have some ÐøŒyôÂ: ÍêŸìª ÚÛ«è¯ ÔëÁ ÖÚÛæ¨ ·ôÙè[ª-þ§ô¢ªx
(÷ªSx ûµõ ÷ô¢ÚÛª ìª÷±y ú‡E÷« time together. row.
Nù£óŸªÙ ÓêŸh-ÚÛ«-è[ë]ª. û¶ìª Eìªo îµüŒx- îµü‹xè[ª. Prasanthi: When will be back?/ When will
(êŸô¦yêŸ Eìªo, Îîµªìª ú‡E-÷«ÚÛª
E-÷yìª.) Bú£ª·Ú-üŒ-ê¦ìª. ÷ªìÙ Ú•ÙêŸ çµjÙ ÚÛL- 8) ví£ø‹ÙA: ìª÷±y ÷« ÏÙæ¨Ú¨ ô¦î¦? (won't you return?
Pranav: But if my friends invite? you î¦è[Ùè….) Santhisri: I shall go to Chennai in a week
ú£ªÙë¯Ù – we will have (inten-
(÷« všíÆÙèÂq í‡L›úh?) tion)) ø‹ÙAX: ìª÷±y ¸ôí£± ÏÙæ˺x Óí£±pè[ª ÑÙæ°÷±? and from there return.
Narmada: I will tell them they shall not invite. Prasanthi: I shall buy a cell phone tomor-
3) I/we will
ví£ø‹ÙA: ¸ôí£Ùê¦ ÏÙæ˺xû¶ ÑÙæ°.

÷«å Ïî¦yõÙç¶...!
You shall study well, and get good êÁ î¦è…ê¶ ÷ªìÙ ÷«å Ï#a-ìåªx row.
marks. Dad and I will allow you to (Promise). ø‹ÙAX: ÷ªJ-¸ôí£± û¶ìª ÞœªÙå«ô¢ª îµüŒê¦.
Santhisri: Will you be in touch with me
watch movies only then.
(Eìªo í‡õîË•ë]lE û¶ìª î¦üŒxêÁ àµñªê¦.
ìª÷±y ò°Þ¥ àŸCN ÷ªÙ# ÷«ô¢ª\õª
êµàŸªa-ÚÁ-î¦L. Íí£±pè¶ ìª÷±y ú‡E-÷«õª
àŸ«è[è¯-EÚ¨ û¶ìª, û¦ìo Íìª-÷ª-Aþ§hÙ.)
šíj ú£ÙòÅ°-ù£-éö˺ verbs Óö° Ñû¦oóµ« Þœ÷ª-EÙ-
àŸÙè…. Ú¨Ùë]æ¨ lessonö˺ ÷ªìÙ àŸ«ú‡ìî¦æ¨Ú¨
GÅìoÙÞ¥ I, and We êÁ will; you, he, she, it and
they êÁ shall ÷à¦aô³ ÚÛë¯. from tomorrow ?
a) Surekha: Teacher, I have some doubts in
ÖÚÛ-þ§J Þœªô¢ªh-êµ-àŸªa-ÚÛªÙë¯Ù. ví£ø‹ÙA: ÷ªSx Óí£±p-è•-þ§h÷±? 9) Tarun: Hi Varun, How are you?
English.
I/WeêÁ shall; you, he, she, it and they êÁ will (æ©àŸôÂ, ÏÙTx-ùÃö˺ û¦ÚÛª Ú•Eo ú£Ùë¶- ø‹ÙAX: î¦ô¢Ù êŸô¦yêŸ àµûµjo îµRx ÍÚÛ\è… ìªÙ# Varun: Fine. Thank you. How are you?
ÚÛ#a-êŸÙ-Ú¥E òÅ¡N-ù£u-꟪hìª êµL-óŸª-â¶-þ§hô³. shall be, õª Ñû¦oô³.) AJT ÷þ§h. Tarun: Fine. Have you joined MBA?
will be Íô³ê¶ òÅ¡N-ù£u-꟪hö˺ ÑÙè[-è¯Eo, shall + 1st Teacher: I will clear all your doubts. Don't ví£ø‹ÙA: û¶ìª ¸ôí£± šúöËÀ-ðƼûË ڕÙæ°ìª. Varun: I haven't (have not) decided yet.
Regular Doing Word (1st RDW), will + 1st worry. ø‹ÙAX: Íô³ê¶ ¸ôí£æ¨ ìªÙ# û¦êÁ åàÂö˺ Tarun: I have joined MCA. I joined the
RDW Íô³ê¶ òÅ¡N-ù£u-꟪hö˺ í£ìª-õìª êµLóŸªâ¶þ§hô³. (F ú£Ùë¶--õFo û¶ìª Bô¢ª-þ§h쪖 ÏC ÑÙæ°î¦? institute yesterday.
Ïí£±pè[ª I/WeêÁ will; you, he, she, it and theyêÁ teacher's promise) 9) êŸô¢ªéÉÂ: óÀª ÷ô¢ªéÉÂ, ÚÛªö°-þ§û¦? Varun: My father has been out of town for
shall ë¶EE êµLóŸª-â¶þ§hóµ« àŸ«ë¯lÙ. b) Prasanth: Dad, the course costs Rs. the past four days. I am waiting for
1) I/We êÁ will ÷«æ°x-è[ª-꟪-ìo-î¦üŒx Eô¢g-óŸ«Eo
÷ô¢ªéÉÂ: Î, ÚÛªö°-þ§û¶...
20,000/- a year. him. Decision is possible only after
ìªîµyö° Ñû¦o÷±?
êµLóŸª-â¶-ú£ªhÙC. Dad: Don't you worry son. I will give you he comes back.
I will buy a car soon. êŸô¢ªéÉÂ: ò°Þ¥û¶ Ñû¦oìª.
û¶ìª ÚÛ#a-êŸÙÞ¥ êŸyô¢ö˺ Ú¥ô¢ª Ú•Ùæ°ìª– ÏC ÓÙG-Óö˺
Eô¢góŸªÙ. Íë¶ à¶ô¦î¦?
I shall buy a car soon. ÷ô¢ªéÉÂ: ÏÙÚ¥ ÔÙ Eô¢g-
ÍÙç¶ ÷ªìÙ êµõª-ú£ª-ÚÛªû¦oÙ– û¶ìª Ú¥ô¢ªÚ•ìè[Ù–
ÍÙêŸ ÚÛ#aêŸÙ Ú¥ë]ª.
ÎÙÞœxòÅ°ù£é 30 ô³Ù-àŸª-ÚÁ-ö¶ë]ª.
êŸô¢ªéÉÂ: û¶ìª ÓÙú‡Óö˺
a) Teacher: You will get a prize only if you all the money you want. Just study à¶ô¦ìª. Eìoû¶ M. SURESAN
score more than 90% marks.
(90 ø‹êŸÙ ÚÛû¦o ÓÚÛª\÷ ÷«ô¢ª\õª
well and come out with success.
I will
ÏûËÂ-ú‡d-å«u-æËÀö˺ à¶ô¦ìª. ví£øŒo: a) The meeting will be held on tomor-
row evening Íû¶ sentence Ô tense
(FÚÛª Ú¥î¦Lq-ìÙêŸ è[ñªs û¶Eþ§h – ÷ô¢ªéÉÂ: ÷« û¦ìoÞ¥ô¢ª û¦õªÞœª ôÁV-õªÞ¥ ÒüÉÁx
êµàŸªa-Ú•Ùç¶û¶ FÚÛª wšíjâÉÀ ÷ú£ªhÙC). give; I will - promise -
Ramana: OK Teacher, I will work hard.
êÁ ÷«å ö¶ô¢ª. û¶ìª ÎóŸªì ÚÁú£Ù àŸ«ú£ªh-û¦oìª. Ú¨ àµÙë]ª-꟪ÙC? Ð tense voice
Ï÷yè[Ù) ÎóŸªì ÷#aì êŸô¦yêŸ Eô¢góŸªÙ Bú£ª- ÔNªæ¨?
I will do my best to get the c) Vijay: I want to contest in the coming
ÚÛªÙæ°Ù. b) Definite article 'the'E ÓÚÛ\è[ Ñí£-óµ«-
more than 90% municipal elections.
(û¶ìª ÚÛù£d-í£è… àŸë]ª-÷±-ê¦ìª. 90% Answers: TÙ-à¦L. The French, The whip ÍE
(÷à¶a ÷³Eq-í£öËÀ ÓEo-ÚÛö˺x ð¼æ©-à¶-óŸ«-õ- ô¦óŸª-÷à¦a?
ÚÛû¦o ÓÚÛª\÷ êµàŸªaÚÁè¯-EÚ¨ ví£óŸª- ìª-ÚÛªÙ-åªû¦o.) 1) I will go to Chennai tomorrow.
Ao-þ§h쪖 I will - Eô¢góŸªÙ) – æ¨.ÓöËÀ. ví‡óŸ«ÙÚÛ, Nø‹-Ü-í£åoÙ
áî¦ñª:
Vinai and Vikram: Go ahead. We will sup- 2) We will not let them come here.
Teacher: Will you and Mohan come to port you. a) 'will be held tomorrow evening'
3) I will give you whatever book you want.
me tomorrow? I will clear your (on tomorrow evening verb-
ú£J-Ú¥ë]ª). ÏÚÛ\è[
(Íö°¸Þ. ٠Eìªo ú£ð¼ôÂd à¶þ§hÙ 4) We will meet the CM tomorrow.
doubts. – We will support - promise) will be held.
5) We will not allow such things. Tense: future simple/ indefinite.
(¸ôí£± ìª÷±y, ûË û¦ ë]Þœ_-JÚ¨ Vijay: I will file my nomination then.
÷þ§hô¦? ú£Ùë¶-ö¶îµªiû¦ ÑÙç¶ (Íô³ê¶ û¦Nª-û¶-ù£ûË î¶þ§h – Eô¢góŸªÙ) 6) Bharat: Shall I go now? Voice: passive.
Bô¢ª-þ§h쪖 I will - Eô¢góŸªÙ) Vinai and Vikram: We will help you with Bhargav: Where will you go? b) The French French
ÍÙç¶ vðƧûËÂq ë¶øŒ-ú£ªnõª.
b) Rahim: Will you buy that car? money also. Bharat: To college ÍÙç¶ french òÅ°ù£.
Bhargav: When will your friends come? 'The'
Promise)
î¦è[ÚÛÙ îµ³êŸhÙ N÷-ô¢é êŸyô¢ö˺ ÷ú£ªhÙC.
ví£øŒo: šíô¢ªÞœª Íû¶ í£ë¯Eo curd Íû¦ö°? curds
(Î Ú¥ô¢ª Ú•Ùæ°î¦?) (è[ñªs þ§óŸªÙ ÚÛ«è¯ à¶þ§hÙ –
Rasheed: I will buy it whatever the price. Bharat: Won't you (will you not) join us
I will -
Ú¨ÙC î¦Ú¥uõìª English ö˺ practice à¶óŸªÙè….
(ÓÙêŸ ÜK-ëµjû¦ Ú•Ùæ°ìª. for the picnic tomorrow? Íû¦ö°?
1) û¶ìª ¸ôí£± ÚÛ#a-êŸÙÞ¥ àµûµjo îµüŒê¦ìª.
7) Vishnu: I have been to Mumbai quite a
Eô¢góŸªÙ) – ·Ú. íÆ£ª-÷«õ, Íø‹y-í£±ô¢Ù
c) Teacher: Will you all come for the picnic
on sunday?
2) î¦üŒxìª ÏÚÛ\-è…Ú¨ ô¦E÷yÙ.
3) û¶ìª FÚÛª Ô í£±ú£hÚÛÙ Ú¥î¦-Lqû¦ Ïþ§hìª. number of times. áî¦ñª: 'Curd', 'curds' ·ôÙè[« ÚÛ·ô¸Úd. Íô³ê¶
Eshwar: I have been there too; just once. curd êŸô¦yêŸ singular verb, curds êŸô¦yêŸ plu-
(Oªô¢Ùê¦ ÎC-î¦ô¢Ù í‡Ú¨oÚÂÚÛª ÷þ§hô¦?) 4) ٠¸ôí£± êŸí£p-ÚÛªÙè¯ ú‡Ó-îÂªìª ÚÛõªþ§hÙ. ral verb ô¦î¦L. The curd is tasty.
Vishnu: Has Brahmam too been to
Pupils: We will come, teacher. 5) Ïö°Ùæ¨N ٠áô¢-Þœ-E÷yÙ (such things,
Mumbai? The curds are tasty.
ví£øŒo: 'Obey the parents' Íû¶ î¦Ú¥u-EÚ¨
we will -
(÷þ§hÙ æ©àŸô– Eô¢góŸªÙ) allow î¦è[Ùè…).
d) Kumar: Won't you see that movie? Eshwar: He has been to Mumbai just pas-
(Î ú‡E÷« àŸ«è[î¦? Won't you=
6) òÅ¡ô¢êÂ: û¶E-í£±pè[ª îµüŒxû¦? once or twice. sive ÔNªæ¨?
will you not)
òÅ°ô¢_îËÂ: ÓÚÛ\è…Ú¨ îµüŒ-ê¦÷±? 8 )Prasanthi : Won't you come home to – ÓÙ. øŒÙÚÛôÂ, Íø‹y-í£±ô¢Ù
Peter and John: We will see it, of course. òÅ¡ô¢êÂ: ÚÛü‹-ø‹-õÚÛª îµüŒ-ê¦ìª. me?/ Won't you come to our áî¦ñª: Let the parents be obeyed.
(ÚÛ#a-êŸÙÞ¥ àŸ«þ§hÙ. òÅ°ô¢_îËÂ: Oª všíÆÙèÂq Óí£±p-è•-þ§hô¢ª? place? Ïö°Ùæ¨ sentences passive
Ú¨ à¦ö° ÚÛ'êŸ-ÚÛÙÞ¥
ú£Ùë¶ï£°Ù ö¶ë]ª) òÅ¡ô¢êÂ: ¸ôí£± ٠îµü™x í‡Ú¨o-ÚÂÚÛª ìª÷±y ô¦î¦? Santhisri: When will you be at home ÑÙåªÙC.