Tag: Linguistics

The Influence of Sanskrit Literature in Odia Language

There has been a vast difference between Sanskrit and regional language such as Odia. Still there are many distinctive similarities between these two languages. With each and every development of Odia language we found vast influences of Sanskrit language on refinement of Odia language. The grammatical part of Odia languages has been tremendously influenced by…

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A new way to improve communications

This article is for sure the correct way to manage the ideas and from your responses I have been getting the mind and the heart of ideas and many a times it is sad that even some sort of technocratic evaluations people are writing the comments. What it this is meant for, it is for…

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The speech problem

The speech war continues with each and every bit of sound bytes that is reasoning from each of the appropriate absolute antonym or is it the really what we are saying to or is the air in between that is transcending the passage of speech to nothing but every bits and pieces of ultra generosity.…

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The word friend in various linguistic communications

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Express “I Love You” in eleven Indian speeches

  Hindi -     Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hai Odia-        Mu Tumaku Bhala pae Gujarati -     Hu tumney prem karu chu Bangla -    Aamee tuma ke bhalo baashi Marathi -     Me tula prem karto Konkani – Tu magel moga cho Tamil -     Naan unnai kathalikiraen Malayalam – Njan Ninne Premikunnu Telugu -     Nenu ninnu premistunnanu Kannada…

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Express “I Love You” in Indian speeches

Image via Wikipedia Hindi -     Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hai Odia-        Mu Tumaku Bhala pae Gujarati -     Hu tumney prem karu chu Bangla -    Aamee tuma ke bhalo baashi Marathi -     Me tula prem karto Konkani – Tu magel moga cho Tamil -     Naan unnai kathalikiraen Malayalam – Njan Ninne Premikunnu Telugu -     Nenu ninnu…

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Express “I Love You” in Foreign speeches

English -     I love you Nepali -     Ma Timilai Maya Garchhu Chinese     Ngo oiy ney a Mandarin Chinese -    Wo ai ni French -     Je t’aime, Je t’adore Irish -     Taim i’ ngra leat Italian -     Ti amo Japanese – Aishiteru Korean -     Sarang Heyo Latin -     Te amo Zimbabwe – Ndinokuda Afrikans -Ek het…

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