Tamil is one of the oldest languages of the world. It is a Dravidian language and it is spoken not only in India but also in Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius and in Tamil communities around the globe. Many Tamil speakers feel that it will be easy to pick up English through Tamil. However, this is not always the case. Let’s look at the following examples
‘Yenakka teriyaa dey’ is literally translated to ‘I knowing not’
‘Naan nanna irruke’ is literally translated to ‘Me fine is’
‘Nee yapadi irruke’ is literally translated to ‘You how are’
As you can see, literal translations from one language to another are usually incorrect. The correct way of learning a language is to learn it in a structured and systematic manner. We have developed English courses which are designed to help you pick up the English language. Just enrol in these courses and become a fluent English speaker in a matter of few months.
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