Tamil vs Kannada. Which one is the ol...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1014 Aug 20, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
Hey Shyam , since when you became soft with him?? This guy don't have IQ up to the mark to learn linguistics.. He is never an art person..
Hey Naveen, you clearly need a teach to teach you the Tamil consonants or any audio from a standard Tamil teacher on Tamil pronunciations..
Till then you keep reading and learning Telugu. You are not even strong in it, now coming and talking about Tamil..
show the tamil letters/sounds for kha,ga,gha,cha,jha,(tha 2nd ta),da,dha(2nd da)tha,da,dha,pha,ba,bha, i will not ask for j,sa,sha,ha,ksh bcoz u borrowed those from grantha. I can show every telugu letter.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1015 Aug 20, 2014
Hey Naveen,

Can you compare a fish with a goat??

That is what you doing now..

Can you compare Telugu with French? Telugu with Arabic? Telugu with Chinese? then why you comparing Telugu with Tamil?

You cannot compare them because they are totally different!!

the basic alphabetic system is very different in Tamil and other Indian languages viz Telugu, Sanskrit, Hindi, Malayalam, etc...

Just because it if neighboring region to Andhra and Kerala it doesn't mean you can sum them up into same group. Tamil is different.. Arabic is different. Chinese is different.. French is different...

You would have understood this if you are into linguistics or at least if you have learnt the Tamil basics which I taught you.. But you don't have such a brain to understand linguistics..

All you do is go see some site and mug up what all given there and come here and blabber..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1016 Aug 20, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
You don't know even the basic difference between a Language and a Script..
You are thinking that a language is the script!!!
i was talking about script not language. Tamil script born from grantha. Telugu was proto for south
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1017 Aug 20, 2014
The main reasons for the similarity in tamil with telugu and sanskrit words bcoz tamil words are of telugu and sanskrit origin. U dont have many letters in tamil tongue or script. so u altered the telugu and sanskrit words with the letters which evolved from ur tongue in dialectwise and from the letters(script) which u borowed from grantha.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1018 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
i was talking about script not language. Tamil script born from grantha. Telugu was proto for south
I really don't know about scripts.. All I research is language and sounds..

I am yet to start learning about scripts and I cannot talk about them now.. Until I get a decent knowledge about scripts..

I am not like you to go on talk and blabber something without knowing anything..

Also I am not a coward like you to not accept things which I don't know..
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1019 Aug 20, 2014
Mr.Naveen.. Time up for me to my office, before I leave...

Come back with ur idea for this question...

Y did u choose cha kra m, and coined the word chakram for wheel...

Wat is ur idea on word formation...

Come on work on dis till night let me see wat is gng to b ur answer..

Tamil is too deep than u imagine.. U r underestimating its technology, I said technology because all languages have science but the technology dat Tamil have is too deep and stunning..

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1020 Aug 20, 2014
FYI...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

Naveen, don't blindly believe the above link..

In the last part there you can find 7 alphabets in the 5 languages, where in the last 3 alphabets are found only in Tamil and Malayalam.. Similarly the first 4 alphabets don't exist in Tamil. Also in first part the 8th letter 'Ja' do not exist in Tamil, the 'Nj' letter will transform and sound 'Ja' in Tamil. They are loan letters and we don't include them in our 247 alphabet system..

See, like the above link you will find many links where in the information are vague and inaccurate. You should find the assistance of someone who knows Tamil well in order to know Tamil is actually...
Also

But you are just blindly believing what all given there.. If we correct it then also you are not accepting it but just blindly believing..
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1022 Aug 20, 2014
Neelakaran.. I'll explain y I'm being soft in watsapp, till then take care of him, I'm moving now office time
Karan

Bangalore, India

#1023 Aug 20, 2014
Brothers... doesn't matter what you guys say.. but can someone ans as if Kannada and Tamil are the oldest language why not all indians use it??
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1024 Aug 20, 2014
India is multilingual mister... Wat is ur point?
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1025 Aug 20, 2014
Cuz not all Indian's are not as old as Tamil and Kannada
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1026 Aug 20, 2014
Now this fools started another drama, they are looking for the support from kannada so suporting kannada to hide the Telugu. Nobody will support u even kannadiga or malyalee bcoz of ur ugly looting tamil behaviour.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#1027 Aug 20, 2014
All indians not old as Tamil? pallava,choda,nayak(telugu),ch era(sinhala), pandya(kannada). Where are Tamils here? Tamils r africans ruled by telugus. Language and script both derived from Proto telugu and pallava grantha respectively.
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1028 Aug 20, 2014
Ngotha dei ...
So far u have been talking nice so i did...

Now u again started ur nonsense behaviour,,, wait I'll start mine...

Bloody fool I dnt know who was dat new person I just answered him...

U coward answer my question da first...
Fool coward with low IQ dnt blabber with ur own imaginations..

U r d one who will do such dramas u coward... Shut up
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1029 Aug 20, 2014
Come on explain

The transformation of 'ka' consonant when joins with 'a' vowel..

Wat is d sound of vowel diacritic of the above combination??

How do u write it and pronounce it??

Coward answer ra
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1030 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
All indians not old as Tamil? pallava,choda,nayak(telugu),ch era(sinhala), pandya(kannada). Where are Tamils here? Tamils r africans ruled by telugus. Language and script both derived from Proto telugu and pallava grantha respectively.
Wat a senseless statement!!!
Come on say y kingdoms were established,,, to rule slaves as u say, u bloody bugger...

Then wat u mean ur Telugu are worth ruling only slaves???
u Thevudiya blabberer !!!

Wat will u do with slaves ??
U call this is a kingdom or fuck**g kingdom!!! Huh???

Bloody racist... Shut up ur garbage mouth
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1031 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
All indians not old as Tamil? pallava,choda,nayak(telugu),ch era(sinhala), pandya(kannada). Where are Tamils here? Tamils r africans ruled by telugus. Language and script both derived from Proto telugu and pallava grantha respectively.
WTF???

Now new story Pandyas are Kannada's u bloody blabberer ..

Yes in ur own history it is saying so
shyam

Coimbatore, India

#1032 Aug 20, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
All indians not old as Tamil? pallava,choda,nayak(telugu),ch era(sinhala), pandya(kannada). Where are Tamils here? Tamils r africans ruled by telugus. Language and script both derived from Proto telugu and pallava grantha respectively.
In Sanskrit vs Tamil
U said Pandyas are north Indians

Now here they are Kannadas...

U bloody fool wat ra dis is,
U licking Kannada's feet to support u by saying Pandyas are Kannada's
And u were licking north Indian feet's in Sanskrit vs Tamil...

U ugly creature

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1034 Aug 20, 2014
Karan wrote:
Brothers... doesn't matter what you guys say.. but can someone ans as if Kannada and Tamil are the oldest language why not all indians use it??
Cannot find the answer unless you do a research and get a PhD...

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#1035 Aug 20, 2014
shyam wrote:
Come on explain
The transformation of 'ka' consonant when joins with 'a' vowel..
Wat is d sound of vowel diacritic of the above combination??
How do u write it and pronounce it??
Coward answer ra
He cannot answer it. Because they don't have consonants... They only have vowel diacritics where in the vowel get transformed into 'Ka','Kaa','Ki','Kii',..... etc...

I referred it with some of the native speakers here and they accepted that they don't have any letter to represent the sound of 'k'. They say that they cannot take away the 'a' from 'Ka'... This means they do not have consonants... Just vowel Diacritics..

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