Monday, May 25, 2009

Learn Tulu Kannada Online : Part 2 - Talking In a Restaurant, Conversing with a vendor

Continuing the Learn Tulu series of posts, here are some Tulu phrases you might want to use in a restaurant and while talking to a vendor. Please find the corresponding audio guide below. Happy learning.

Numbers :

English : One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten
Kannada : ondu, eraDu, mooru, naalku, aidu, aaru, ELu, enTu, ombattu, hattu
Tulu : onji, raDD, mooji, naal, ain, aaji, EL, enma, ormba, patt

In a restaurant :
English : What and all are there?
Kannada : enella ide?
Tulu : daada maatha undu?

English : Will that take some time?
Kannada : adakke tumbaa hottu aagutta?
Tulu : avek jinja portu aapunDaa?

English : Give me one masala dosa.
Kannada : nanage ondu masale dose koDi.
Tulu : enk onji masale dose korle.

English : Bring it fast.
Kannada : idannu bega tanni.
Tulu : nEn bEka kanale.

English : I dont want that.
Kannada : nanage adu bEDa.
Tulu : enk avu boDchi.

English : I dont want that much.
Kannada : nanage asTondu bEDa.
Tulu : enka aat boDchi.

English : Give that one.
Kannada : adannu koDi.
Tulu : aven korle.

English : Give some water.
Kannada : neeru koDi.
Tulu : neer korle.

English : You have given a good service!
Kannada : oLLe service koTTri!
Tulu : eDDe service koriyar!

Conversing with a Vendor :
English : How much does this cost?
Kannada : Idakkestu?
Tulu : nEk Et?

English : The price is too high.
Kannada : rate tumbaa jaasti aaytu.
Tulu : rate mast jaasti aand.

English : Please lower the cost.
Kannada : rate swalpa kammi maadi.
Tulu : rate onchooru kammi malpule.

English : Show me the new designs.
Kannada : nanage hosa designs tOrisi.
Tulu : enk posa designs tOjaale.

English : I will pay by cash.
Kannada : naanu cash pay maadteeni.
Tulu : yaan cash pay malpuve.

English : Please pack all the goods, I will come soon.
Kannada : ella saamaanu pack maaDidi, naaneega bartEne.
Tulu : maata saamaan pack malt deele, yaan itte barpe.

English : When will the ordered goods arrive?
Kannada : order maaDida goods yaavaga barutte?
Tulu : order maltina goods Epa barpundu?

English : Yes, its been sometime now, since I had come here.
Kannada : howdu, naanillige bandu swalpa hottaytu.
Tulu : and, yaan iDe battd chooru portaanD.

English : Whats the time now?
Kannada : eega estu hottaayitu?
Tulu : itte Et portaand?

English : We will come again at 1 'o clock.
Kannada : naavu 1 gantege matte bartEve.
Tulu : enkla 1 ganteg pira barpa.

English : Good work!
Kannada : oLLe kelasa!
Tulu : eDDe bEle!

English : Thanks.
Kannada : dhanyavaada.
Tulu : solmelu.

Other posts in Learn Tulu Online series :
Learn Tulu Online : Part 1 - Commonly Used Phrases
Learn Tulu Online : Part 3 - Talking to your Tulu Speaking friend
Learn Tulu Online : Part 4 - Talking to your friend in Tulu - More sentences

17 comments:

  1. English : We will come again at 1 'o clock.
    Kannada : naavu 1 gantege matte bartEve.
    Tulu : enkla 1 ganteg pira barpa.

    How should I read '1'?? onji?

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  2. anyway.. saw the number definitions later..

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  3. Sir, I want learn tulu like pro. what should I do?

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  4. Is this Shivalli Tulu?

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  5. @Suchit, go through and practice sentences given in the Learn Tulu Series in this blog.

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  6. I need a small favor.Is this the (Tulu) language speaking in udupi???

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  7. Yes it is the same language spoken in Udupi, dhinez.

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  8. WHETHER UDUPI TULU & MANGALORE TULU ARE DIFFERENT ?
    OR SAME ?
    OR VARIES IN SLANG ?

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    1. Yes, they do differ in the usage of few words. what I have used here is Mangalore Tulu

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  9. Thanks again!Great help. Going through your daily links. My rusty tulu is being oiled nicely!

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  10. Yenkul Soumya ee enchanted Ulla?

    Does this mean "I am fine , what about you?"
    Can the answer be "yaan saukya ulle"

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    1. May be you meant "Yenkul Soukhya, ee encha ulla?" It means as you said "We are fine. How are you?

      Yes the answer is correct "Yaan soukhya ulle" - i.e I am fine.

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