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So, I may or may not have had this lesson completed for a while and just totally forgot to post it after I wrote the bloody thing... yeah, my bad. Okay, (finally) for the second part of this lesson, we’re going to learn how to count from eleven to twenty in Malayalam. As before, I have included… Continue reading Malayalam Numbers (Part II)
For those of you who didn't read the 'about us' section, then it is important for the context of this post that you're aware that my relationship with Naveen is a secret. Now, I use the term 'secret' loosely because I am not a total secret in my boyfriend's life. It's not like we have… Continue reading The Hardest Part of Being a ‘Secret’ Girlfriend
For our first lesson, we're going to start by learning how to count from zero to ten in Malayalam. Often it is hard for English only speakers to hear the difference between certain sounds in Malayalam (i.e. 'zha' will probably sound like 'ruh' to your ears) or tell how to say a word even when the… Continue reading Malayalam Numbers (Part I)
For my first post that isn't part of a reoccurring series, I thought that I would share a funny story about Naveen that happened shortly after we started dating but I didn't hear about until very recently. One night, after they'd finished their midterms, Naveen and his roommate decided to have a few drinks to… Continue reading A Case of Mistaken Identity
India is a country of twenty-seven official languages, most of which can be separated into two main groups: Indo-Aryan and Dravidian. Most of the former languages are spoken in the northern part of the country while most of the latter is spoken in the south. I would go as far as to say the majority… Continue reading Learn Malayalam With Me!